PARK SLOPE — It wasn't exactly a clean getaway.
A pair of thieves stole more than $500 in bath and beauty supplies from a Park Slope CVS pharmacy but cops caught both of them, according to a police report.
Police arrested Ismael Rivera, 36, and Sabrina Carlo, 35, after they allegedly snatched Q-tips, deodorant, shea butter, Claritin, Motrin, NyQuil and other toiletries from the CVS on Ninth Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues on Aug. 22.
Rivera allegedly punched a female CVS employee in the face as he ran away. Cops tracked him down on Eighth Street and arrested Carlo inside the CVS. Both were charged with second-degree robbery, according to court records.
Other notable crimes in this week's blotter at the 78th Precinct include the following, with details from police reports:
► A would-be burglar was caught straddling a banister and trying to climb into the window of an apartment on Eighth Avenue at Union Street on Aug. 24. A resident of the apartment was walking down the street when he spotted a man pulling apart the window's screen, which had been cut.
The thwarted thief ran away, and cops tracked him down at Eighth Avenue and Second Street. Police arrested Roy Ballard, 56. He was charged with attempted burglary, according to court records.
► A 36-year-old woman was eating at Cafe Steinhof on Seventh Avenue at 14th Street on Aug. 23 when a thief snatched her purse off the back of her chair and then ran south on Seventh Avenue. The incident was caught on surveillance video, and the bag was later recovered near Sixth Avenue and 13th Street. No arrests have been made.
► A 31-year-old woman had her car stolen from President Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues on Aug. 17. The victim told cops she may have left a key to her 2007 Chevy inside the car, and the doors may have been unlocked.
► A Maryland resident who was visiting family in Brooklyn had her car stripped of valuables on Aug. 17. The woman parked her 2007 Cadillac Escalade on 10th Street between Second and Third avenues, and returned to find the car's air bags, navigation system and center console missing, along with a television and some clothing.
Overall in the 78th Precinct, major crimes have dropped 5.3 percent so far in 2013 compared with the same period in 2012, according to the most recent data from the NYPD.