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$4K Worth of Designer Jeans Swiped from Urban Outfitters, Police Say

 10 pairs of these PRPS jeans were among those stolen from Urban Outfitters, police said.
10 pairs of these PRPS jeans were among those stolen from Urban Outfitters, police said.
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FINANCIAL DISTRICT — They got pantsed.

Four young men swiped more than $4,000 worth of designer jeans and backpacks from a Financial District Urban Outfitters, police said.

The thieves, described as men in their 20s, walked into the store, at 182 Broadway, about 10:55 a.m. on March 28.

They quickly stuffed 15 pairs of designer jeans and two backpacks into a bag, then fled the store 5 minutes later, police said.

The duds included 10 pairs of bleached PRPS Rambler jeans, worth a total of $2,950, five pairs of PRPS Rambler jeans in lye wash, totaling $970 and two Herschel backpacks worth about $290 a piece.

Urban Outfitters did not immediately return request for comment.

Other crimes in this week’s 1st Precinct blotter include:

-A woman had her $5,500 Rolex watch stolen after she worked out at the Equinox at 14 Wall Street, police said.  The 25-year-old told police she left her watch, inscribed with “Love Mom and Dad,” on one of the machines while she worked out, then accidentally left it there on March 24 at about 7:30. When she returned, the watch was gone.

-A Borough of Manhattan Community College student had her wallet stolen in a BMCCC building at 199 Chambers St., police said. The 23-year-old told police she felt something rubbing against her pocket on March 20 at about 4 p.m., but thought it was just her bag touching her before she realized her wallet had been stolen. Her wallet was later found at BMCCC, but charges of $13 were made to her credit card.