by Jerry Danzig
A little after noon on Friday, June 7, a 55-year-old man from Brooklyn left his property in the locker of a gym on Murray Street and locked his locker. When he returned an hour later, his lock and wallet had been removed. Video surveillance outside the locker room could not ID the thief. The unfortunate gym member’s cards had been used in several locations, including a real estate office on Cortland Street, to charge more than $700. Items in the wallet stolen included $30 in cash, his credit and debit cards, plus his PATH and MTA monthly passes. Speak about an exercise in frustration!
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