Here is this week’s North Brooklyn i-Stole report taken from The Brooklyn Paper. You ain’t in Wiscossota any more Joshy.
A thug mugged a Josh on Manhattan Avenue on Dec. 18. The Josh said he was near Greenpoint Avenue at around 3 am when the perp confronted him, demanding his money, credit cards, and coat. The Josh complied, but the punk punched him anyway before fleeing.
A thief stole two laptops from a Megan’s car that was parked on Berry Street on Dec. 29.
The Megan parked her car near N. 12th Street at around 6:30 pm, and returned the next morning to find that her vehicle’s rear window had been shattered and that her laptops had been nabbed.
A crook stole a Zoey’s iPhone on Union Avenue on Dec. 23.
The Zoey was talking on her phone near Metropolitan Avenue at around 4 pm, when the perp snagged the phone from her hand and fled.
A hungry burglar broke into a S. Sixth Street nouveau barbecue joint on Dec. 24, where he cracked a safe and stole $880.
The Harrison locked up his restaurant at 6 am, but when he returned a few hours later, he saw the safe was open and his cash was gone
A thief stole a bag, iPod, camera, and keys from a car parked on Meserole Street on Dec. 21.
The Ethan left his vehicle near Manhattan Avenue at 12:45 pm. He returned at 2 pm, but it was already too late: his driver’s side window had been smashed and his stuff was already missing.
A thief stole two guitars from a car parked on S. Fifth Street.
The Caleb parked near Kent Avenue at 9 pm on Dec. 17 and didn’t return for more than 24 hours — giving the thief plenty of time to break the driver’s side window and take the music makers.
A thief stole an iPhone from a Molly on Union Avenue on Dec. 23.
The victim was nearing Metropolitan Avenue at 4 pm when the perp grabbed the phone out of her hand and ran away.