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Police Blotters (Feb. 14-Feb. 21)

90th Precinct

ROBBERY:
2/16
Broadway and Lorimer Street
Victim boarded a Queensbound J-train at Essex Street. The perps boarded the same train, stepping onto the third car from the front. The victim was playing with her iPod when the train pulled into the Lorimer Street station. Before the doors opened, one perp snatched the iPod from the victim and hopped off the train. The victim chased the perp, and when she caught up with him, he grabbed her by the hood of her jacket causing both parties to fall down the stairs. The perp then fled. No arrests have been made.

2/21
Clymer Street
An unknown black male entered the above location, simulated a firearm through his jacket pocket and threatened the victim. The victim then handed over the money from the cash register, and the perp fled the location on foot, towards Bedford Avenue. The perp was disguised in a black ski mask, and no arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY:
2/12
Metrpopolitan Avenue
While visiting a friend, the victim noticed that her debit and ID cards had been removed from her wallet. No arrests have been made.

2/15
Moore Street
While working as a home attendant, the victim placed her purse on a chair, and upon returning discovered that her wallet, ID cards, watch and $60 cash had been stolen. No arrests have been made.

2/16
Graham Avenue
Victim states that while she was at a store on Graham Avenue, she made a purchase and placed her wallet back into her purse. She then left the store and went into another, at which point she realized that her wallet was missing. No arrests have been made.

Broadway and Lorimer Street
Victims were on a northbound J-train coming from Essex Street, heading towards Myrtle/Broadway. As the door of the cars opened at Lorimer Street, two perps grabbed the victim’s bag from the floor, and a second victim’s bag from the seat next to her. Perps fled toward the end of the station to the street. Their belongings were worth approximately $5, 295, and no arrests have been made.

S. 6th Street
Victim’s car was parked on S. 6th Street. When he returned, he noticed that the driver’s side window was smashed, and his cameras, iPod, radio receiver, tool box and laptop were missing. No arrest shave been made.

2/17
Graham Avenue
Unknown perps stole $6,340 from an ATM machine. No arrests have been made.

2/19
S. 3rd Street
Victim’s bike was chained up on a banister, and an unknown perp stole it. Victim said there was a party at the building, so there was a steady stream of strangers coming in and out of the premises. No arrests have been made.

2/21
Graham Avenue
An unknown female perp asked the victim if she could borrow some money, alleging that it was for a charitable organization. The when the perp returned the money, the victim discovered that inside the rolled up newspaper, there was nothing. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY:
2/16
Lynch Street
The front door of a special education school on Lynch Street was pried open, and several telephones, picture frames, office supplies and a computer were stolen. No arrests have been made.

2/18
Scholes Street
All occupants left their building and locked the door. Upon returning home, the victim discovered that the door was closed, but unlocked, and that two laptops and a camera were missing. No arrests have been made.

Keap Street
Male perp entered and remained unlawfully in a building on Keap Street. When the victim entered the building, he discovered the perp in the basement, with two boxes of electrical equipment in his hand. The perp then approached the victim and punched him in the face. The perp was arrested.

2/17
Maujer Street
Victim and her roommate were out of the apartment when an unknown perp broke in through the front door and stole two laptops and three gold rings, worth a total of $2,300. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO:

2/16
White Street and McKibben Street
Victim parked his car on White Street, and upon returning discovered that it was gone. No arrests have been made.

2/17
Manhattan Avenue
Victim illegally parked her car overnight on Manhattan Avenue. When she returned in the morning, her car was missing. She called the pound, and discovered that her car had not been towed…it had been stolen! No glass was discovered at the scene, and no arrests have been made.

2/18
Leonard Street and Montrose Avenue
Victim parked her car at the above location, and upon returning the following day discovered that it was missing. No arrests have been made.

94th Precinct

ROBBERY:
2/17
Manhattan Avenue
While working behind the counter, a perp approached the victim and asked for a lottery ticket and placed a drink on the counter. He then turned to the victim and displayed a handgun, and told him to open the register and hand over the cash. The perp then fled the location, heading eastbound on Nassau Avenue. No arrests have been made.

2/20
McGuinness and Nassau Avenue
An unknown male pushed the victim over, and she lost her balance, at which point the perp grabbed the victim’s cell phone from her hand and fled in an unknown direction. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT:
2/18
N. 5th Street
During a verbal dispute, the defendant hit the victim in the face with the house phone, causing cuts and bruises. The victim was taken to Woodhull Hospital, and no arrests have been made.

BURGLARY:
2/16
Norman Avenue
Victim states that a perp entered the location through an unlocked first floor front window without permission and stole various items from the premises. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY:
2/15
Herbert Street
The victim are both priests, and believe that an unknown person removed personal property from their bedrooms. They live in a church rectory, in which all rooms are left unlocked, and no forced entry was evident. No arrests have been made.

2/17
Kingsland Avenue
An employee filled out a fraudulent lease agreement with existing companies of a company in order to collect $15,970 in commission. No arrests have been made.

2/18
Union and Metropolitan Avenues
Victim left a bag with her laptop on the subway bench. Upon returning, she discovered that her bag was missing. Victim was vomiting in a garbage bin when she placed her bags on the floor next to her. The train then pulled into the station, and the victim grabbed her bags and got on the train, without realizing that she had left her laptop behind.

2/19
N. 6th Street
Victim received a letter from the perp stating that she had won a sweepstakes. The perp told the victim to wire $3,850, and he would send a check, which turned out to be fraudulent. No arrests have been made.

2/19
Huron Street
Victim had $26,000 in his safe in a deposit bag, waiting to be deposited. Victim states that $6,000 was later missing from the bank bag upon opening the safe. The bag was cut with a sharp object, and the side was torn open. The safe is located in the cashier’s room, which is locked, and six managers have the keys. No arrests have been made.

2/20
Lorimer Street
Perp used someone else’s social security number to open a telephone account. No arrests have been made.

Manhattan Avenue
Victim was making a purchase when she put her handbag on the counter by the cashier. An unknown perp then tapped her on the shoulder and she turned around, but nobody was there. When she turned around again to check on her bag, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO:
2/15
Richardson Street
Victim parked his father’s car at the above location. Upon returning, he discovered the car was gone. No broken glass was discovered at the scene, and no arrests have been made.

2/16
Conselyea Street
Victim parked his car at the above location and upon returning realized that his Toyota Camry was missing. No arrests have been made.

2/18
Greenpoint Avenue
Victim parked his car at the above location, and upon return realized that his Toyota Highlander was missing. No arrests have been made.

2/20
Richardson Street
Victim parked his car at the above location and upon returning realized that his Toyota Camry was gone. No arrests have been made.

2/22
Berry Street and N. 10th
Victim parked his car on Berry Street, and upon returning realized that his Toyota Camry was missing. No arrests have been made.

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