WILLIAMSBURG — This burglary stinks.
A woman, 30, returned to her South Williamsburg apartment last Saturday to find nearly $3,000 worth of property gone — and that someone had left a smelly surprise in her toilet, police said.
The victim left her home on Hope Street near Roebling Street on Friday about 11 a.m. and returned at 2 a.m. Saturday to find her side window broken, police said.
About $2,960 worth of property was gone, including a new HP laptop, an iPod Nano, prescription Tommy Hilfiger glasses, a wireless mouse and a hard drive, according to police.
She found blood spots on her AC power plugs and bed, and a No. 2 in her toilet, "which was not there before she left her apartment," police said.
No one has been arrested for the incident.
Other notable crimes in the 90th precinct include:
► A man who ordered pizza told his delivery man, "I'm going to f--k you up" before punching him in the face and stealing the pie, police said.
The delivery man, 21, went to drop off the pizza near Ten Eyck Street and Graham Avenue, police said. A man then came out to meet him and said, "I am gonna take the pizza, I'm not paying, and I'm gonna f--k you up," according to police. He was described as standing 5-foot-6.
He then punched the delivery man in the head, causing redness, bruising and pain to the left side of his face, police said.
The man, who was wearing jeans and a white shirt, then fled with the $15 pizza, police added. No one has been arrested in the incident.
► A man snatched a woman's phone as she was putting his number into the device, police said.
The woman, 33, was chatting with the man, who said his name was Rich, on Havemeyer Street near Grand Street Sunday about 5:50 a.m., police said.
She was adding his number into her Samsung Galaxy 4 when he grabbed it and ran into a nearby apartment building on South Third Street, police said. The phone was worth $600, police said.
The man was described as standing about 5-foot-10 with short brown hair, brown eyes and wearing gray outerwear, police said.
► A woman discovered that nearly $6,000 of accessories were missing from her apartment after hosting an open house there on Union Avenue near Grand Street, police said.
The woman, 44, had an open house on Monday, Sept 29, between 1 and 4 p.m., police said. The next day, she noticed that $5,000 worth of Bulgari rings and a $900 purse were gone.