by Jerry Danzig
The 65-year-old male manager of a delicatessen on Broadway was informed by an employee that at 7 a.m. June 12, an unknown man had smashed the restaurant’s window, causing extensive damage. The intruder had then entered the establishment and removed five bottles of liquor along with the store’s cash register, which contained $36 in cash. Surveillance video is available of the incident. The boosted booze was five bottles of black label Patrón valued at $400. The stolen cash register was itself worth $300, making a total haul of $736.
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