RED HOOK — Thieves walked away with $1,500 from the cash register and jukebox of Rocky Sullivan’s, a neighborhood bar, on June 24, according to police sources.
The owner left the bar at 34 Van Dyke St., around 3:15 a.m., and returned about 12 hours later to find the two front doors damaged, sources said.
The thieves also attempted to break into Rocky Sullivan’s ATM machine but only took money from the cash register and jukebox, according to sources.
Owners of Rocky Sullivan's were not available for comment.
Other notable crimes in this month’s blotter at the 76th Precinct included the following from police sources:
► Wine and liquor worth more than $1,400 were purchased from Fat Cat Wines at 538 Court St., with a stolen credit card on June 5. No arrests have been made in the case.
► A 2011 black BMW worth $35,000 was stolen on June 12 around 4:30 p.m. The driver had parked the vehicle opposite 42 Butler St., and when he returned, he saw that the car was missing. The vehicle has not yet been found.
► A 75-year-old woman was robbed of jewelry worth about $750. The items, stolen from her home June 12, included a gold ring, an onyx ring, a ruby pin and a silver pin. The thief entered her home on Fourth Place in the vicinity of Court and Clinton streets, through the bedroom window after removing the air conditioner.
► A 34-year-old man was robbed on June 14 after leaving Bar Great Harry around 3 a.m. The victim was walking toward Atlantic Avenue when an unknown woman asking for spare change started to follow him. A second assailant appeared near Baltic and Smith streets, pressed a black gun against the victim’s back and asked him to get on his knees. The thieves made away with about $200 and a black Huawei cellphone worth $68.
► A $550 trek bicycle was stolen from a building on Hicks Street on June 19.