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Jewel burglar A burglar hit a Tribeca jewelry store overnight between March 13 and 14 and made off with nearly $20,000 worth of merchandise — and it may have been due to a faulty door, police said. The owner of Cass Lilien jewelry, at 24 Harrison St., discovered the crime after opening up the store — which […]

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Wedding rings stolen An unfortunate woman lost both her $28,000 engagement ring and her $3,000 wedding ring to a sneaky thief while she was exercising at a Whitehall St. gym on Feb. 24, police said. The woman, 43, told cops that she started working out in the New York Health and Racquet Club, at 39 […]

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FiDi robbers Police arrested two men, aged 21 and 24, early on March 3 after they tried to rob one person in the Financial District and then actually did rob another person minutes later. The suspects first walked into the 7-Eleven store at 111 John St. around 11:30 p.m. on March 2, and asked a […]

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A.T.M. mugger thwarted Police arrested an 18-year-old man on Feb. 20 after he allegedly tried to steal a woman’s purse moments after she withdrew cash from a bank in the Financial District. The woman, 26, told cops that she took out $250 from a bank near the southern end of Broadway around 2:45 p.m., after […]

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Would-be burglar flees Police are investigating what they believe was an attempted burglary at a Fulton St. residential building on Feb. 19. A 40-year-old man, who said he was staying with relatives at the 119 Fulton St. apartment, told cops he first heard a noise coming from the roof around 2:15 a.m. After checking out […]

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Another ‘Green Dot’ scam Police are investigating yet another scam involving theft of money through a prepaid debit card, after a con artist reportedly targeted a Tribeca business on Feb. 5. An employee for Art Et Maison, a furniture outlet at 31 N. Moore St., told cops she received a call that day from someone […]

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Boyfriend stabbed in FiDi Police arrested a 28-year-old woman on Feb. 1 after they say she stabbed her boyfriend in their Financial District home. The boyfriend, 45, told cops he and his girlfriend were in their 10 Hanover Sq. apartment when they got into a heated verbal dispute around 4 a.m. Police say the fight […]

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Call-in scam Police are investigating a new scam operation that most recently targeted a Financial District restaurant on Jan. 9. An unknown person claiming to work for Con Edison made a telephone call to an employee of French Cafe Gourmand, at 9 Maiden Ln., that day, and falsely said the restaurant’s power would be shut […]

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Garbage man impersonator arrested Police arrested a 52-year-old man two days after they say he and an accomplice stole cash from a Tribeca bar while pretending to be city sanitation workers. The suspect and the other man, who is also believed to be in his 50s or 60s, showed up outside Cricketeer Arms, at 57 […]

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The great pill heist Two pill-popping thieves stole more than $1,500 in over-the-counter drugs from a pharmacy next to City Hall on Jan. 8, police said. An employee of Duane Reade, at 250 Broadway, told cops that the suspects walked in around 8:30 p.m. and headed straight to one of the aisles near the pharmacy […]

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