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Cops Looking to Bust Boobs Who Swiped 44 Bras from Victoria's Secret

By Leslie Albrecht | March 26, 2013 3:43pm | Updated on March 26, 2013 3:57pm

PARK SLOPE — A trio of thieves boosted 44 pink bras from the Victoria's Secret on Flatbush Avenue recently, police said.

The thieves were caught on surveillance video on March 5 snatching the blush-colored brassieres from the store, which opens onto the busy corner of Flatbush and Atlantic Avenue.

A loss prevention officer told cops he recognized one of the crooks from a previous theft at a Victoria's Secret in Queens. The suspect wasn't named in the police report.

The 44 bras were valued at $1,295, according to the police report.

Other notable crimes in this week's blotter at the 78th Precinct included the following, with details from police reports:

• Three beer kegs were stolen from a delivery truck parked behind the Atlantic Center mall on Flatbush Avenue on March 18. The driver, with Union Beer Distributors, told cops he parked on Hanson Place about 11:20 a.m. and left the truck unattended to make a delivery to Buffalo Wild Wings inside the mall. When he returned, three 330-ounce kegs were missing. One was filled with Sierra Nevada, the other two held Sixpoint Sweet Action.

• A Park Slope man brought a stranger home from a Manhattan bar and wound up the victim of a grand larceny. The man, 44, told police he couldn't remember who he was with or what time they came home together. When the man woke up in his apartment on Eighth Avenue and Lincoln Place, he was missing his iPhone, iPad, $60 in cash, and $30 in euros. His American Express card had also been stolen, and fraudulent charges had been made using the card.

• A 29-year-old woman from Washington, D.C., had her belongings stolen after she left them on a chair at Union Hall, the bar and performance venue on Union Street and Fifth Avenue. The victim left her valuables unattended about 3 a.m. on March 17. When she returned, her iPhone 4, coat, purse, wallet and iPod touch had all been stolen.

• A woman staying at the La Quinta Inn on Third Avenue and 13th Street had jewelry and money stolen from her room on March 16. The 32-year-old victim told cops a gold chain and a medallion with a white diamond were stolen from the room's night stand, as well as some cash and coins.