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Fort Greene–Clinton Hill
A heartless marauder threw a woman to the ground and nabbed her iPhone on DeKalb Avenue on Feb. 5.
The victim told cops that she was near Hudson Avenue at 6:30 am when the brute yelled, “Get the f–k down!” and knocked her over.
The suspect then yanked her mobile and headphones and fled.
A band of teens mugged a man on the Nevins Street subway platform for his iPhone on Jan. 30.
The victim told cops that he had just exited a Brooklyn-bound 4 train at 8:25 pm when the crew surrounded him. One of the perps grabbed his neck while another yanked his mobile.
The young crooks hopped on another train and fled.
Cops say they’ve arrested a crook for glomming a woman’s iPad as she entered the Clinton-Washington subway station on Feb. 3.
The victim told cops that she entered the platform near Lafayette Avenue at 7:32 pm, when a middle-aged bandit plucked her Apple device and fled.
The woman chased the man out of the station and into the grip of a police officer.
Police arrested a 47-year-old suspect.
A dastardly thief lifted a 75-year-old woman’s pocketbook as she shopped at a Fulton Street dollar store.
The victim told cops that she left Dollar Deal near Rockwell Place at 2:45 pm — forgetting about her purse. When she returned to the store, her billfold was gone — along with her medication, insurance and Social Security cards, $100, and cellphone.
An evildoer hit the jackpot when he broke into a Tillary Street storage facility and snagged $11,300 in jewelry and electronics.
The victim told cops that she returned to her locker near Prince Street on Jan. 31, only to find her TV, computer, clothes, stereo, and framed diplomas and law licenses missing.
The Central Park West resident hadn’t been to the storage facility for more than a year.
A backstabbing pal swiped a man’s cellphones and cash as he dozed in his apartment on Washington Avenue on Feb. 1.
The victim told police that he invited his friend to his digs near Lafayette Avenue at 10 pm. When he woke up, his iPhone, Android mobile, and $300 were gone.
A petty pickpocket lifted $3,700 from a woman at Daffy’s in the Atlantic Center Mall on Feb. 3.
The Russian victim told police through a translator that she entered the women’s chain near Flatbush Avenue at about 2 pm. An hour later, she realized her cash, wallet, and cards were gone.
She said she had just withdrawn money from a bank and forgot to zip her bag shut before she shopped.
A burglar nabbed a woman’s $30,000 guitar from her Lafayette Avenue apartment.
The victim told cops that she kept the instrument in the basement of her home near Clermont Avenue and last saw it in fall of 2009.
Her first floor tenants, construction men, and ex husband have previously had access to the residence, she said.
Thieves broken into and boosted at least six cars this week. Here’s the rundown:
• Some jerk snatched a Honda motorbike from Rockwell Place on Jan. 30.
The victim told police that he parked near DeKalb Avenue at 5 am. When he returned the next day, his black ’cycle was gone.
• A ruffian broke into a Mercedes-Benz on Fulton Street on Feb. 3 — smashing a passenger-side window and stealing door panels, an air bag, heat controls, and stereo.
The victim told police that she parked near Gates Avenue at 6 pm. When she returned the next night, her luxury SUV was ransacked.
• A crook drove off with a Dodge Stratus parked on Adelphi Street on Jan. 30.
The victim told cops that he parked near Myrtle Avenue at 9 am. When he returned that night, his black sedan was gone.
• Some scoundrel lifted a black sedan parked on Emerson Place around Jan. 29.
The victim told cops that he parked near Willoughby Avenue on Jan. 29. When he returned two days later, his 1997 Nissan Maxima was gone.
• A bandit smashed a car window on Waverly Avenue on Feb. 3 and stole the vehicle’s ignition.
The victim told cops that she parked near DeKalb Avenue at 7 pm. When she returned the next night, her 1996 Nissan Altima was a wreck.
• One no-good thief looted an Oldsmobile on Clinton Avenue on Feb. 2.
The victim told cops that she parked near DeKalb Avenue at 8 pm. When she returned the next day, her 1995 Cutlass Supreme was gone.
— Kate BriqueletTo reach reporter Kate Briquelet, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 260-4506.
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