The following information was supplied by the NYPD’s 78th Precinct. It does not indicate a conviction.
A robber stole a woman’s purse off her shoulder as she entered the Seventh Avenue B/Q subway station on March 3.
The 23-year-old victim told police that the robber, described as a 25-year-old black man standing 5-foot-10, followed her from the street and into the subway station on Flatbush Avenue and Seventh Avenue at around 2 a.m. Just inside the station, the crook snatched her purse from her shoulder and fled. The robber got away with the victim’s cell phone, e-reader, credit and debit cards, umbrella, battery charger and $20 in cash.
A burglar broke into a Ninth Street warehouse and stole $9,000 in electronics between Feb. 27 and 28.
The supervisor of Drink King Distributing, between Second Avenue and the Gowanus Canal, told police that he left work at 7 p.m. on Feb. 27 and made sure all entry points were locked. When he arrived to work the next day at 6:40 a.m., he found that the front electronic gate was open and two filing cabinets were opened. On the second floor, he found that the burglar stole six Sprint phones used to calculate business transactions. The phones are worth $9,000.
A crook snatched a man’s wallet from a Flatbush Avenue gym on Feb. 27.
The 26-year-old victim told police that he went to Crunch Fitness, between Sterling and Park places, to workout at around 6 p.m. After his workout, he left his wallet on a machine. By the time he went back to get it, the Coach wallet was gone. The crook also got away with two credit cards and $60.