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Car Break-Ins Hit SoHo Street, Police Say

By Irene Plagianos | October 15, 2014 12:24pm
 The 1st precinct is located at 16 Ericsson Place.
The 1st precinct is located at 16 Ericsson Place.
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SOHO — Electronics, designer wares and diabetes medication worth thousands of dollars were stolen from two cars parked next to each other on Charlton Street last weekend, police said.

The cars, parked in front of 98 Charlton St. and 102 Charlton St., were likely targeted by the same thief between midnight and 3 a.m. on Oct. 12, police said.

The owner of the car parked at 98 Charlton St. told police that she and her friend returned at about 3:15 a.m. after going to a bar and found the passenger side window broken and one of the women’s handbags stolen. The Steve Madden bag contained the 28-year-old's $450 Ray–Ban sunglasses, iPhone 5 and $200 Louis Vuitton wallet.

Another set of friends returned to their Honda Accord at about 3 a.m. to also find a window broken, after they'd attended Comic Con. A $165 Analog Horror bag containing $1,500 worth of diabetes medication, an iPad and several books were swiped from the car.

Police were still investigating the thefts as of Wednesday.

Other recent crimes in the 1st Precinct include:

► Two teens stole a $25,000 Nissan sedan that was parked outside of 10 Wooster St. at about 10:50 a.m. on Oct. 10, police said. The 16-year-olds, whose names are being withheld because of their age, were both arrested and charged with felony grand larceny.

► A 29-year-old woman had her iPhone 5s snatched from her hands as she sat in Zuccotti Park in the Financial District on Oct. 8 at about 3:30 p.m., police said. The woman told police that a young man approached her, grabbed the phone from her hands and ran away.

► A man had his $15,000 BMW stolen from outside of 452 Greenwich St., police said. The 51-year-old Manhattan man told police that he parked his car on Oct. 7 at about 6:30 p.m., and when he returned a day later, at the same time, the car was nowhere to be found.