68th Precinct Police Beat: Perp breaks into running car, steals approximately $14,350 worth of property

Between Monday, October 19 and Sunday, October 25, the 68th Precinct received reports of two burglaries, and three grand larcenies. The 68th Precinct serves Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights and Fort Hamilton.


Cops say unknown perps broke into a local business near 10th Avenue and 86th Street on Tuesday, October 20 at approximately 1:36 a.m. and stole several bottles of alcohol. According to the police, the perps may have entered the building with keys that had reportedly been lost for nearly a month, and stole 12 bottles of Grey Goose, 12 bottles of Hennessy and 14 bottles of Johnny Walker, valued at approximately $1,418.

No arrests have been made.


Cops say a 29-year-old white woman returned to her residence near 101st Street and Fourth Avenue on Thursday, October 22 at approximately 9 a.m.,, to find an unknown suspect had broken in and stolen an orange and black Citi Bike worth approximately $1,000.


A 49-year-old Asian woman parked her 2015 Honda Sedan near 89th Street and Ridge Boulevard on Monday, October 19 at approximately 8 p.m. When she returned the following morning, she realized that an unknown perp had stolen four tires and rims worth approximately $3,500.

No arrests have been made.


Police say that on Sunday, October 25 at approximately 12:50 p.m. near Fourth Avenue and 85th Street,  a 47-year-old white woman returned to her car, which she had left both unlocked and running with the key in the ignition, to discover several items missing, including cash, several pieces of jewelry, a cell phone, keys, a purse and four credit cards.

The total value of the stolen property is listed at approximately $14,350.


A 46-year-old Asian man parked his 2010 Mercedes Benz near 86th Street and 10th Avenue on Sunday, October 25 at approximately 5:05 p.m. While he was gone, an unknown perp broke into the vehicle and stole two smartphones, a wallet containing money and credit cards, totaling  approximately $1,240. Police say the car was on and the doors were open when the victim left the vehicle.

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