A canine-friendly bar, competitive middle schools and affordable co-ops all made the news this week.
Matthew Redington stole $1,647 of clothes from James Perse, then walked to the 6th Precinct, NYPD said.
The incident took place outside of (le) poison rouge on Bleecker Street.
The incident was the latest headache for Barneys, which paid $525,000 over racial profiling charges.
A man tried to steal $1,698 worth of the fragrance from the South Street Seaport store, police said.
A thief stole 57 boxes of Allegra from a local Duane Reade, police said.
The suspect snatched the locks from a Duane Reade on Amsterdam Avenue, police said.
Michael Forman, 72, took more than $5,000 for an apartment at 98-100 Thompson St., police said.
A thief swiped cigarettes from a West Village gas station and stabbed a clerk in the hand, police said.
The woman was talking to her boyfriend when she was groped, police said.
A woman grabbed more than $1,000 of Urban Outfitters merchandise, including 13 headbands, police said.
Police said Orlando Perez, 24, tried to use tin foil to burn down the 121 Pct. while being questioned.
A 25-year-old female employee detained one of the accused thieves until police arrived, she said.
The Staten Island Mall and District Attorney Dan Donovan unveiled a campaign to shame shoplifters.
The fur coat was shoplifted from the Marc Jacobs shop on Mercer Street, police said.
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