Brooklyn Heights–Dumbo–Boerum Hill–Downtown
Some weasel snatched a woman’s iPhone from her hand as she was walking out of York Street station on Oct. 5.
The lady had just gotten off the F train and was strolling home by Pearl Street at 11:35 pm when the jerk grabbed her phone and fled, she told police.
Authorities are searching for a thief who lifted four professional-quality microphones from a Pearl Street studio overnight on Oct. 7.
The owner of the space near Front Street told police he locked up at 3 pm and went home. He then returned the next day at noon and found that his $400 EV microphone, $100 Shure microphone, and two pricey McCormick microphones had been stolen, cops said.
Cops are hunting for a man who attacked a woman after he unsuccessfully tried to rob her on a Manhattan-bound A train on Oct 3.
The lady boarded the train by Willoughby Street at 6 pm and the creep approached her from behind, attempting to steal her purse, she told cops. He was unable to remove the bag and punched her on the right shoulder then tried to steal her watch from her left wrist but was again unsuccessful and fled, according to a report.
A punk threw a glass iced tea bottle at a worker’s head after the pair got into an argument in a Livingston Street pizza place on Oct. 6.
The victim told police the nogoodnik entered the establishment by Hoyt Street at 9:10 pm, took a glass Snapple bottle, and started arguing with him. The lout then paid for the drink and proceeded to hurl the projectile at his head, cutting it, according to a report.
Police arrested a woman who allegedly tried to steal $1,219 of makeup from a Joralemon Street store on Oct. 7.
A worker in the shop near Court Street saw the lady trying to put the items in her bag at 6:55 pm and leave without paying for them, authorities said.
— Lauren Gill
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