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Disco Pants and Easy Jeans Stolen from Brooklyn American Apparel: Police

 More than $1,000 worth of "The Disco Pants" and "Easy Jeans" were stolen from American Apparel in Williamburg on April 24, police said. 
More than $1,000 worth of "The Disco Pants" and "Easy Jeans" were stolen from American Apparel in Williamburg on April 24, police said. 
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WILLIAMSBURG — More than $1,000 worth of high-waist tight-fitting pants were stolen from American Apparel in Williamsburg last week, police said.

Pairs of Easy Jeans and Disco Pants were nabbed from the shop at 104 N 6th St. on April 24 about 3:45 p.m., according to police.

Easy Jean are a slim, high-waist pants made out of soft stretch denim that creates a “super flattering fit,” and run between $78 and $80, according to the shop’s website,

The pricier Disco Pants, which can cost between $85 and $98, are also form-fitting pants but are made from a heavyweight Nylon and Elastane blend.

The number of pants stolen from the shop was not immediately available.

Police identified the thief as a 23-year-old man. No arrests have been made as yet.

American Apparel did not immediately respond to request for comment.

Other notable crimes in thee 94th Precinct, according to police, include:

► A backpack containing $2,000 in single dollar bills was stolen from a car in Greenpoint on April 24 between 2:10 p.m. and 2:20 p.m. The victim had parked his car in front of 7 N. 15th St. and when he returned to the vehicle about 10 minutes later, the driver’s side window was broken and the backpack and cash were missing.

Police did not identify the business, but Dirck the Norseman, a gastropub, is located at the address where the vehicle was parked.  The bar was not available for comment.

► An Apple laptop, sunglasses, cash and luggage were stolen from a Williamsburg home on N. 4th Street between Driggs and Roebling avenues on April 21. The victim, a 28-year-old woman, left her house around 10:30 a.m. for work and returned at 4:40 p.m. to find her valuables missing. The thief entered the apartment through the bedroom window near a fire escape, police said. The victim told police that the window was closed but did not have a lock on it.

► A thief broke into a Williamsburg home and stole a Dell laptop and a coin bank on April 22 around 9 a.m. after the apartment’s resident, a 32-year-old man, left the front door unlocked before leaving the building on Lorimer between Withers and Frost Streets.

► A woman’s wallet was stolen from her bag while she was talking to friends at a bar. The victim recalled seeing her wallet about 1 a.m. while she was at the bar on Union Avenue between Conselyea Street and Skillman Avenue on April 20. When she reached for her wallet an hour later, it was missing along with miscellaneous cards and cash.

► A similar incident occurred at a bar on Bedford Avenue between N. 7th and 8th Streets. A 53-year-old woman’s wallet, cash and credit cards were stolen while sitting at the bar on April 22 between 8:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. The victim told police that an unknown man was on his knees near her bag, which was placed beside her feet during the evening.

► A mobile vending cart from Sigmund’s Pretzels was stolen while parked on Norman Avenue between Banker and Dobbin Streets on April 24 between 7:45 p.m. and 8 p.m.