84th Precinct Police Blotter – 3/9/10

bugleblotter-300x1711A bank robbery in DUMBO and a series of thefts in an office building top this week’s police blotter.

A perp took off with $400 after holding up the Sovereign Bank on Washington Street in DUMBO on March 4. Just before 12:30 p.m., a man came up to a teller and passed him a note that said “Give me $400 and nobody gets hurt.” Because his register was locked, the teller passed the note to another teller who complied. Along with his cash, the robber demanded his note back before taking off.

There were back-to-back thefts from an office building on Remsen Street between Court and Clinton streets. On March 2, around 2:30 p.m. an employee reported that her pocketbook, containing a cell phone and several gift cards had been stolen from her office.

The next day, an iPod and cell phone were removed from a different office in the building around 2 p.m. Police hadn’t determined whether the incidents were related.

A crook removed a wallet from a gym on Court Street on March 1. The victim told the police that he had placed a locked padlock on the locker, but that it had been removed, along with his wallet that contained $20 around 3:45 p.m.

A thief grabbed a wallet from a pizza joint on Livingston Street near Bond Street on March 1 at 8 p.m. The victim said she left the red wallet on the window counter and when she turned around it was missing, along with the $325 inside.

A 2004 Chevrolet sedan was stolen from the corner of Henry and Pierrepont Street sometime between Feb 25 and March 2, while the owner was away on vacation.

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  • jorale-man

    What, no mention of the St. George Hotel hooligans fighting?

  • Chevrolet

    I would suggest to the owner of the stolen Chevrolet to call the Tow pound and inquire by VIN # if the car was towed. After all the car was parked over street cleaning.

    I have seen the friends from the NYPD traffic divison entering license plates incorrectly, causing a car being lost for over a week. On top of it the car was towed from a legal spot and no parking rules were violated. The collegues from the NYPD searched by license plate # only as well and got no hits on the car.