Perp entered a parking garage and asked victim if he had a receipt for a Black Honda Accord. The victim wheeled around, looked through his papers, and turned back to find the perp pointing a gun at him. “I don’t want to hurt you, so give me the money and open the safe,” said the perp. The victim complied, then was ordered to sit still. The perp fled on foot down Driggs Avenue towards McCarren Park. No arrests have been made.
Two perps entered victim’s business with their faces covered and guns in hand. The pair came behind the victim’s desk, threw him to the floor and demanded money. The victim pulled out an unknown amount of cash from his pocket and gave it to them. One of the perps then shot the victim twice, once in the arm and once in the leg. Both perps fled in an unknown direction. No arrests have been made.
Perp hit victim in the head with a glass bottle, then punched him in the nose, causing multiple lacerations. The perp was later arrested.
Perp entered victim’s apartment through the bedroom window and stole a laptop. No arrests have been made.
Perp attempted to break into victim’s apartment by drilling holes into the door’s locks, but was unsuccessful because the door was blocked by a small dresser. No arrests have been made.
N. Henry Street
Perp broke into victim’s apartment and stole some laptops. No arrests have been made.
Perp broke into victim’s apartment and stole a mountain bike. No arrests have been made.
Perp entered victim’s apartment through an unlocked window and stole a TV, a laptop and a camera. No arrests have been made.
Perp stole victim’s bike out of a garage. No arrests have been made.
Perp removed victim’s wallet from his back pocket as he stood at a food pantry. The perp was later arrested.
Leonard Street and Driggs Avenue
Victim left his shorts, which contained his driver’s license, credit card, Green Card and cash, unattended to go play soccer. When he returned, the shorts were gone. No arrests have been made.
GRAND LARCENY AUTO
Victim parked his 1995 Jeep Cherokee on India Street. When he came back, his vehicle was gone. No arrests have been made.
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