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A family took a Turkey Day getaway, returning a few days later only to find their Post Road home ransacked. more
Even big city criminals probably find themselves lonesome now and again, longing for a feline friend. more
It’s still not clear how they penetrated the front door, but once inside, at least one crook ransacked a woman’s apartment, making off with luxury goods, video games and a laptop. more
Couple of drinks, multiple-car crash, bangs, bruises, all before suppertime. more
Van Cortlandt Park is a haven for runners, cyclists and park-goers year-round. But the vast green space and surrounding streets also has been the site of a variety of misdeeds — from car thefts to homicides. more
It wasn’t because he forgot to lock his door, but at least one thief reportedly found a way into a man’s Washington’s Walk-adjacent home. And once inside, the place was theirs for the plundering. more
An ostensibly feisty couple reportedly took to crime to snag some potentially romantic furniture — in broad daylight. more
A 65-year-old man told cops he parked his gray 2019 Chevrolet Traverse on the 500 block of West 236th Street around 5:30 a.m., on Oct. 13, returning a very short time later to find both the front and back passenger-side windows broken, and several of his belongings missing. more
An unfriendly intruder made their way into Friends of Van Cortlandt Park, snatching money and tools, dealing a nasty mid-week surprise to the pro-park nonprofit. more
It’s a mystery who might have copied the key and took the cash, but a North Riverdale man reportedly is short $10,000 because of it. more
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