Thieves Strike 12 North Brooklyn Bars and Shops in Six Weeks

By Meredith Hoffman on July 30, 2013 3:55pm | Updated on July 31, 2013 10:21am

 Cookie Road is among the 12 businesses that were robbed this summer in the 94th Precinct.
Cookie Road is among the 12 businesses that were robbed this summer in the 94th Precinct.
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GREENPOINT — A pair of burglars have targeted a dozen popular businesses in North Brooklyn since mid-June, cops said.

The two thieves stole unknown amounts of money from cash registers at the restaurant Fat Goose and bars TBD Brooklyn, One Stop Beer Shop, Boulevard Tavern and Connie O's, cops said.

The cafes Oslo Coffee, Cookie Road bakery and Modca, and the restaurants Grandma Rose's pizzeria and Mrs. Kim's were also hit, an NYPD alert said. Freddy Food Market and Ameenas Florist were also burglarized.

The two men would break in through "street level entrances" and then "flee in a minivan," said the alert, and most of the burglaries were late at night or early in the morning when the establishments were closed.

The pair of thieves were caught on tape when they hit the Boulevard Tavern on Meeker Avenue July 2 at 5:33 a.m. Cops ask anyone with further information to contact crime stoppers at 800-577-TIPS.

 

Boulevard Tavern Burglary
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