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At least one alleged thief probably planned on cracking open a cold one. Or several. more
A man apparently needed new socks so bad he was willing to break the law for it. more
Despite repeated warnings from the 50th Precinct, some drivers still forget to lock their car doors — and thieves keep capitalizing on it. more
It seems a timeless tale, if ever there were one — cars offer criminals a veritable bevy of items all too easy to purloin. more
It’s not the first time of late thieves targeted a cell phone store. more
No roses, chocolate or cheap red wine — just an old-fashioned stickup for one unsuspecting fellow in a quick heist involving a couple swift assailants. more
A 58-year-old told police he slipped a check for $1,200 into a mailbox on the 2700 block of Sedgwick Avenue in Kingsbridge Heights on Dec. 28. more
One young fellow may have been suffering from some sort of vitamin deficiency — and possibly also a deficiency of funds to pay for them, or simply no desire to shell out. more
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
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