It was a tough week for vehicles in Brooklyn Heights, with several thefts and a burglary topping this week’s police blotter.
A car thief took off with a woman’s 1994 Nissan on March 8 between 3 and 8 p.m. The car was parked on State Street between Henry and Clinton streets.
On March 10, a man reported his motorcycle stolen from near the corner of Concord Street and Bridge Plaza.
A thief stole more than $5000 in construction equipment from a van parked near the corner of Bridge and Plymouth streets on March 9. The victim told police when he returned to his van around 1 p.m. he noticed that his van door was open and the lock damaged.
A perp went on a robbing spree at the YMCA on Atlantic Avenue, ransacking two lockers on March 11 around 5 p.m. The first victim said that his watch, valued at $200, and his wallet, which contained $65 and several credit cards, were stolen from his locker.
The second victim said that he left his wallet in his pants’ pocket and secured his locker with a combination lock. After returning from his workout, his pants and wallet, containing just $10, were missing.