UPPER WEST SIDE — Four thieves stole $3,600 in merchandise from The North Face store at Broadway and West 73rd Street last week, police said.
The men entered the popular winter apparel store about 6 p.m. on Dec. 15, according to the police report.
It was not immediately clear what the thieves stole or how they made off with the goods. No arrests had been made as of Friday, police said.
A North Face representative declined to comment on the incident.
Other notable crimes in the 20th Precinct include the following:
► A woman had her wallet and phone stolen at Indie Food and Wine, the restaurant inside the Film Society at Lincoln Center on West 65th Street, police said. The 73-year-old victim left her purse hanging on her seat about 7 p.m. on Dec. 16, and when she returned, she realized her iPhone and wallet, which contained several credit cards, had been taken, the police report said. The restaurant declined to comment.
► A man had his wallet stolen from a locker at the New York Sports Club on West 80th Street on Dec. 18, according to police. The 24-year-old man locked his locker and went to work out but returned about 6 p.m. to find the lock removed and his wallet gone. Along with the wallet, he reported to police that he lost credit cards and $26. The club declined to comment.
► A woman came home about 7 p.m. Dec. 19 to find her apartment door open and items, including a computer, stolen, police said. The 25-year-old victim, who lived at West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, told police her laptop, a ring and glasses were missing. The thief likely came in through a window, which is connected to a fire escape, according to police.