84th Precinct Police Blotter – 7/13/10

bugleblotter-300x1711 $2,000 was stolen from an office at 200 Schermerhorn. Then a car was stolen from the parking garage at 200 Schermerhorn. Then another car was stolen from the parking garage at 200 Schermerhorn. It’s this week’s police blotter.

Last Thursday morning, a man parked his 2007 Infiniti at Imperial Parking; imagine his surprise when he returned 40 minutes later and was told by the attendant that his car was gone. According to the report, after he dropped the Infiniti off, two women arrived and told the attendant they’d lost their ticket. One then clicked her remote that triggered the Infiniti’s alarm and exclaimed “That’s my car!” Perp #1 left on foot toward Hoyt St. and Perp #2 drove the car off in the same direction.

Approximately 16 hours earlier in the same location, a woman parked her 2009 Suzuki motorcycle; it was then stolen without the attendant noticing.

Also at the same address, though this time not in the parking garage—a thief broke into Brooklyn Fare’s offices on Wednesday and stole a gun license, AMEX card and $2,000.

A thug entered Downtown Cleaners at 84 Livingston Tuesday afternoon and threatened an employee with, “Give me your money or I’ll pull a gun.” After grabbing her arm, however, he took off empty-handed.

Finally, a thief broke into an office at 20 Jay Street and stole two Canon cameras, a Lacie hard drive and a MacBook Pro with a Bruce Lee sticker on it. And that’s this week’s blotter.

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  • Ari

    Is it good, bad, make any difference that all of this occurred in downtown Brooklyn?

    Does the 84th have anything to report on law breakage within the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood?

  • nabeguy

    Well, one thing is for sure…as bad as parking is in the area, avoid the garage at 200 Schermerhorn. Does that have “inside job” written all over it or what?

  • Arch Stanton

    Thank Ford no one was hurt… the losses are all just material items that can be easily replace, except for the Bruce Lee sticker, that’s a real heartbreaker…