Thousands of dollars worth of wire were stolen June 2 from a building at 90 Amsterdam Ave., near West 64th Street. An employee for T-Mobile told police that cable wires owned by the cell carrier were removed from the building’s roof, which connects to the basement. An electrician sent to investigate on behalf of the company found that the wire was cut and the door to T-Mobile’s roof shelter was damaged, possibly using a crowbar. The three, 400-foot pieces of wire were valued at $10,000. It is unclear what purpose the wires served.