In what is becoming a nightly occurrence, three men helped themselves into two vehicles in Crown Heights overnight Sunday night. The three were caught on surveillance cameras from three different angles.
A Crown Heights resident became the victim of a car break in Motzai Shabbos by two thieves that had targeted his car just two months ago. The thieves were caught on camera both times, but have yet to face justice.
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A Crown Heights resident was the victim of a car break in Thursday night, leaving his car rummaged through and valuables stolen. The owner of the vehicle told CrownHeights.info that the thief had been trying door handles down the entire block, and came across his car that he had forgotten to lock.
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Police are looking for a gang of men who assaulted and robbed an 18 year old victim in Crown Heights. The group surrounded the victim, taking turns punching him before taking his bike and cash.
A gun wielding man went on a Crime spree Friday night, assaulting one person and destroying property. The man prompted a large police search, but was able to elude the law.
Two windows of the Bais Rivkah Lefferts building were vandalized Friday night by a man wielding a gun. The man can be seen on surveillance footage as he uses the butt of his weapons to shatter the windows, then walks off.
A midnight robbery in Crown Heights Thursday night ended with the robber arrest and property recovered, thanks to the NYPD and Crown Heights Shomrim. The victim was thankfully not hurt in the incident.
A minivan was broken into Wednesday night while parked on a Crown Heights street. The back window of the vehicle was smashed, and the van rummaged through.
Getting your car rummaged through once is a serious breach of privacy, twice a slap in the face. This minivan’s owner found that out after their vehicle was burglurized twice in one week. Both times, the doors of the car were left unlocked, and the thieves just opened the door and helped themselves.
In a night reminiscent of a more violent time, the streets of Crown Heights were labelled dangerous as roving groups of young adults took to the streets looking to cause Halloween havoc. Five Jewish people were injured, including three Shomrim volunteers. Three Assailants were arrested.
A man posing as a beggar who allegedly stole a necklace from a Crown Heights Jeweler has been arrested Tuesday, after being caught stealing in a Boro Park Shul. The 71st precinct had previously released a wanted poster asking for the public to help locate the thief.
A Crown Heights resident was injured Monday afternoon after he was involved in a scuffle with a package thief. The thief was caught red handed with stolen packages, but despite the attempt by residents to detain him, he got away.
A thief lifted a $4,000 necklace from a Kingston Ave Jewelry store this past Friday, and made away with his loot. The thief was caught on surveillance camera, and has prompted the police to release a wanted poster asking the public for help.
A brute randomly shoved a woman onto subway tracks in Brooklyn — right on the heels of a similar attack just days before, police said Sunday.
In another routine and barely newsworthy event, a Crown Heights home was again targeted by a porch pirate who made off with a package. The theft occurred on Lincoln Pl, in the confines of the 77th police precinct.
Crown Heights Shomrim released video of the assault on a Jewish man Shabbos day. The assault was reported immediately to the police, and is being investigated as a hate crime.
Around 12:30pm Saturday, as a Jewish man was walking on New York Ave through the crosswalk on Union Street, a a male black riding his bike on Union street crossed in front of him. As the man drove by he, slapped the Jewish male in the face and stated “You dirty Jew.” The NYPD will be investigating the incident as a Hate Crime.
Four Brooklyn gamblers drew a dead man’s hand early Saturday when an enraged fellow card player opened fire inside an illegal Brooklyn gambling den just before sunrise. A suspect was taken in to custody by the police.
Two teenagers were spotted by Crown Heights Shomrim volunteers breaking into cars in the early hours of Friday morning.The police responded and arrested the two for multiple car break ins.
A dispute over a parking spot in Crown Heights resulted in one person arrested and left another with injuries Thursday night. Shomrim, Hatzalah and the NYPD all responded to the incident.
A vicious assault occurred in 770 Tuesday morning, when a bochur was beaten in the head with a milk crate. The bochur was taken to the hospital, and the assailant arrested.
The number of hate crimes against Jews in New York City has risen significantly over the first nine months of this year, part of a citywide rise in such offenses. The New York Police Department has reported 311 total hate crimes through September, as opposed to 250 reported through the same period in 2018, according to Deputy Inspector Mark Molinari, who heads the department’s Hate Crimes Task Force.