Alleged Muggers Return Victim’s Stuff
November 3, 2011 by staff
Fear of possible victims, said he was near Pineapple Street at 10 pm, when one of the men put a knife to her throat and demanded his cell phone.
He responded by hitting the robber in the face, prompting both men to run.
At least five iPhones and two cell phones were stolen last week, but police said they recovered a missing device. Here are the details:
• Three robbers stole a man’s iPhone on a train bound for Manhattan N near the metro station DeKalb Avenue at 5:30 am on October 23.
• A thief stole a man’s iPhone in the Manhattan-bound Q train at the platform of the subway station DeKalb Avenue at 2 pm on October 28.
• A thief stole a woman’s iPhone in the Manhattan-bound C train station platform Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street at 1 pm on October 29.
• A thief stole an iPhone from a buyer in Fulton Street, near Jay Street at 11 am on October 30.
• Police arrested a man who allegedly stole an iPhone at gunpoint in Willow Square on October 28. The victim said she was between Joralemon and State streets at 10:45 pm when he was assaulted by a criminal armed to the teeth. Police recovered a device, and the victim said her cell phone was missing.
• A thief stole a woman’s cell phone when entering the Jay Street-Metrotech subway station in Willoughby Street Jay Street at 4:30 pm on October 24.
• A thief stole a woman’s cell phone from an office on Court Street between Montague and Remsen streets around 12:30 pm on October 25, the victim said.
A thief stole a woman’s purse in a store in Fulton Mall on October 25.
The woman told police she had hung up the stroller bag as she bought her daughter instead of children, between Pearl and Adams Streets, at 11 hours. When he left the store an hour later, he realized the bag was gone.
Police caught a woman who allegedly stole a purse from a buyer of Fulton Street on October 25.
The buyer said he was in Conway, between Pearl and Jay streets, at 10:20 am when he noticed the bag was gone. Police arrested a woman who said she had stolen her purse.
Thieves stole an iPhone from an apartment on Livingston Street at night on 28 October.
The occupant said he left his home, between Court and Clinton street at 10:30 pm. When he returned at 3:10 am, the door was open and the tablet device was missing.
A ruthless thug Gershen bike to a deaf man in Gold Street on October 28.
The victim told police closed the motorcycle near Myrtle Avenue at 3:30 am. His trip was gone when he returned two hours later.
A thief broke into a locker at the gym Joralemon Street on October 26.
The fitness demon said to the left of the unit is open at the gym, between Court and Clinton streets in before heading to a workout at 9:45 pm. When he returned, his driver’s license cards, cell phones and credit lost.
A thief stole a diamond ring and 4,800 in a Fulton Street store sometime between October 22 and October 27.
The store owner said he left the store, near Flatbush Avenue Extension, at 6:30 pm on October 22. When he returned five days later, rhinestone ring had disappeared.
A thief snatched a wallet from an ATM at a bank on Flatbush Avenue on October 28.
The victim said she left the wallet by mistake in the ATM, between Lawrence and Bridge Streets, at 2:45 pm. When he returned to retrieve it at 5 pm, he was gone.
A thief transported in a cool, 15 when he stole the wallet of a man on the G train as it stopped at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street station on 26 October.
The victim said she was at the Queens address “Brooklyn Local” at around 24:25 when the thief grabbed her purse and fled nearly empty.
Two men assaulted a woman on Henry Street on October 27, but fled without stealing her purse after she refused to surrender.
The victim said he was near Love Lane at 11:05 pm when the thugs approached, and one said, “Give me your bag!” When she refused, they threw her down and ran.
Boutique of the bust
A man stole a laptop computer and cash from an Atlantic Avenue boutique on October 24.
A worker at the store, between Hoyt and Bond streets, said the man entered at 1:35 pm claiming to have a firearm. He was with the team, and 500 and a wallet.
Open your eyes robbery
Thieves stole and 17,834-the value of the assets of an optometrist Livingston Street sometime during the night on 25 October.
The store owner said he left the store, between the square and Elm Street Hoyt, at 6 pm and returned the next morning at 9:50 to find a side door damaged. Closer inspection revealed that 66 eyeglass frames were missing.
Two swindlers stole the tune of 35,000 and a woman he met at a discount store Livingston Street on October 25.
The scammers approached a woman inside the store near Fulton Street at 10:30 am and persuaded her to part with money out of his house and a bank account in Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues.
It is unclear why he turned the money in cash.
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