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A 47-year-old employee of a business cops identified as Movie Kitchens, which they believe may be some sort of catering operation, told police she parked her company’s commercial van in front of 3880 Sedgwick Ave., a little north of the Jerome Park Reservoir in Van Cortlandt Village, around 9 p.m., Jan. 25. more
Criminals can’t seem to stay away from the Kingsbridge Walgreens of late. more
A pair of bandits reportedly ransacked a 24-hour Kingsbridge drugstore. While cops collared one suspect, the other got away. more
Police warn to be careful of sudden, unexpected bumps and shoves, especially on busy sidewalks in bustling parts of the borough, but also while riding buses and subways, where pickpockets are known to prowl. more
She set out bright and early to put in an honest day’s work, but when she returned, her father’s car was missing. more
A pair of thieves reportedly got into a compact SUV and got away with a load of sundry treasures. more
What could’ve been a cocktail with a new friend instead turned into a possibly terrifying ordeal. more
It might’ve started as a simple disagreement between a couple acquaintances, but it ended in a cell phone’s ignominious demise. more
A family took a Turkey Day getaway, returning a few days later only to find their Post Road home ransacked. more
Even big city criminals probably find themselves lonesome now and again, longing for a feline friend. more
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