A Kingsbridge pedestrian got an unfortunate dose of rotten bad luck on Friday the 13th after a robber attacked him and cut his face.
The 16-year-old victim was walking toward the Major Deegan Expressway on West 230th Street at 10:30 p.m., when someone ran up behind him and demanded he hand over his belt.
The unlucky teen refused, and in response, his attacker slashed him in the face with a blade, according to police, before running away toward Bailey Avenue.
Cops are still investigating this attempted robbery gone awry.
Cops are looking for a man who was caught on video tipping over a stranger’s motorcycle.
It happened sometime between Sept. 23 and Oct. 14, according to police, who said the victim was shocked to find the bike on the ground near where he parked it on the 3600 block of Greystone Avenue.
Someone walked up to the 2016 Piaggio and tipped it over, police said, damaging it in the process.
Cops are still looking for the vandal, described as a 20-year-old man standing about 5-feet-11.
Somebody broke into a work truck for T2L Contracting Inc., which was parked on the corner of Webb and Reservoir avenues.
The thief apparently smashed the rear passenger window of the company’s Chevrolet Colorado, making off with more than $1,800 in tools, according to police.
Cops are still looking for whoever took the tool bags, but since the car was considered commercial, they are treating like a burglary.
God may have taken Sunday off — according to some religions — but the thieves of Riverdale sure didn’t.
That much was clear when police took a call from a 62-year-old man who parked his car near the southeast corner of West 262nd Street and Vales Avenue on Saturday night.
By the time he came back to check on his 2006 Mercedes-Benz the next afternoon, someone had snatched it right out of his spot.
Cops canvassed the area and checked with local towing companies, all to no avail.
Even though the case is closed, police still have an alert out for the vehicle.
A man had his $2,300 bicycle stolen right from under his nose — literally.
The victim, 50, told police he was at home on the 3200 block of Oxford Avenue when he heard some rustling outside his house.
When he stepped out, he claimed someone had broken into the garage, making off with the bike.
Cops are still investigating.
A local business owner learned this week someone broke into their safe to take $3,600 in checks. The only rub? It happened nearly four months ago.
Police say someone burglarized the owners of Jerome Parking Corp., as far back as June, and cashed the checks way back when.
However the owner didn’t notice, police said, until Sept. 13, when he finally reported it to the cops.
Luckily, it’s not a cold case, and investigators are still looking into it.