The "Hibernation Hump" piece by VERAMEAT was one of many pieces swiped from a Williamsburg apartment.
Police busted a man for selling MetroCard swipes, then found a lock in a sock in his pocket.
Thieves took more than $6,000 worth of designer products, a $400 toilet and wood flooring, police said.
The man claimed he'd never done something like that before, police said.
Police said a man used a pay phone to order food and then robbed the workers who brought it.
The club operated from the basement of 480 Targee St., prosecutors said.
A burglar broke into wine and tapas spot Bar Rique, stealing $750 and two bottles of booze, police said.
Police are looking for a thief who smashed his way into two Downtown eateries.
The thief got away with $100 in cash, makeup and credit cards, according to a police report.
The suspect broke into the under repair home, police said.
Jorge Martinez, 59, was caught wheeling the stove away by the building's owner, police said.
Richard Cabral, 21, receptionist at the Salmagundi Club, helped police catch a thief, NYPD said.
Peter Merlo, 43, was arrested for drunk driving, prosecutors said.
Burglaries in Williamsburg and Greenpoint went up by nearly 24 percent in 2014.
Two men broke into a cellphone store on Seventh Avenue and 145th Street and walked out with 90 phones.
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