Three people abandoned a child after attempting to shoplift items from a store using a baby stroller. At 2:30 PM on Monday, October 7, a 20-year-old man, a 28-year-old man, and a 23-year-old woman entered a chain drug store on Broadway and concealed merchandise in a stroller holding a one-year-old child. The three shoplifters then tried to leave the store without paying. A 44-year-old male store employee attempted to recover the merchandise, but he was assaulted by the thieves, sustaining cuts to his chin and throat. The three shoplifters then fled the scene, abandoning the stroller with the child still in it. The three were apprehended, arrested, and charged with robbery. The items stolen included three cartons of Hall’s, three cartons of Wrigley’s, three cartons of Dentynes, and one carton of Tic Tacs totaling $296.
Someone stole a man’s motorcycle. At 11 PM on Tuesday, October 1, a 28-year-old man parked his motorcycle on the southwest corner of Nassau Street and John Street. When he returned to the parking spot later, his bike was gone. A computer check and a canvass of the area both proved negative, and the theft was not captured on video. The stolen motorcycle was a green 2008 Kawasaki EX 2503 valued at $2,500.
Another Bike Gone
A man’s bicycle was stolen on North End Avenue. At 11:30 AM on Sunday, October 13, a 32-year-old man parked and locked his bicycle on North End Avenue. When he returned at 3:45 PM, he found the bike and lock missing. There were no witnesses to the incident, but video may have captured the theft. The stolen bike was a Rocky Mountain Altitude 70 with a Lezyne pump attached, a total value of $3,000.
No Trace in Park Place
A woman’s cell phone was snatched on the subway. At 10:55 AM on Thursday, October 10, a 34-year-old woman was studying on a southbound 2 train, when a 19-year-old man grabbed her cell phone from her hand as the subway doors were closing at the Park Place Station. Police searched the area but were unable to find the thief. There was no tracking software on the phone. The stolen phone was a Samsung S3 valued at $700.
A man on a bicycle stole a visitor’s cell phone. At 11:59 PM on Wednesday, October 9, a woman in New York City for two days from Narraburdan, Australia was dropped off by a taxi at the corner of Spring Street and Greenwich Street. She walked eastbound on Spring toward Thompson and stopped, possibly at Sixth Avenue, to check her phone for directions. Just then, an unknown man on a bicycle came from behind on her left side on the sidewalk, snatched her phone from her left hand, and fled eastbound on Spring Street. Police searched the area but could not locate the thief. The stolen phone was an iPhone 4S costing $600.
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