Going with the JFLOW

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Crime Watch Our Town, Our Town.

by Jerry Danzig

Just after midnight on Tuesday, May 28, a 24-year-old woman was walking on East 61st Street and Third Avenue, when an unknown man in his 20s got out of a silver sedan, approached her from behind, and removed her handbag from her left arm. The man got back in his auto and sped off southbound on Lexington Avenue. The woman canceled her cards and assisted police in an unsuccessful canvas of the area. It is possible that surveillance cameras on Third Avenue may have recorded the incident. The woman also stated that the thief’s vehicle had a Connecticut vanity plate reading . The items stolen included a Michael Kors black purse valued at $275, a Michael Kors tan wallet worth $125, Ray-Ban glasses valued at $120, an iPhone 5 charger costing $30, her apartment and office keys, and her debit and credit cards. Could the thief’s vanity ultimately prove his undoing?

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