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Trump Poster Stolen from Park Slope Apartment Building, Police Say

By Leslie Albrecht | February 1, 2017 3:09pm
 A Trump sign displayed in Park Slope on Inauguration Day 2017.
A Trump sign displayed in Park Slope on Inauguration Day 2017.
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PARK SLOPE — A commander-in-chief thief is on the loose in Park Slope.

A Donald Trump poster was stolen from the front door of an apartment at Prospect Park West and 14th Street on Jan. 15, according to a police report.

The 50-year-old petit larceny victim was out with a friend for the night and when she came home about 1:35 a.m., the Trump poster had been removed from her door, along with some green decorations for an unspecified holiday, the reported stated.

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Other recent crimes in the 78th Precinct include the following, with details drawn from police reports:

► A 2010 Subaru Legacy that belonged to a man visiting Brooklyn from Massachusetts was stolen Jan. 19 from Warren Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues.

► Someone smashed the windshield and back window of a 2015 Nissan Rogue while it was parked Jan. 20 on 11th Street near Fifth Avenue. The car owner found a large rock in the rear of the vehicle after the incident.

► An iPhone 7 Plus belonging to a 24-year-old woman was stolen Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. when she left it on a table while she went to dance at Woodland, the restaurant and bar at 242 Flatbush Ave.

► A stranger punched a 19-year-old Long Island resident during a New York Islanders hockey game at the Barclays Center on Jan. 19, then ran out the arena's Dean Street exit. The victim suffered a bloody nose, cuts and bruising. He was treated by emergency medical workers at the Barclays Center and refused further medical attention.

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Editor's note: The 78th Precinct does not regularly provide information to the media on open cases involving major crimes such as robbery, grand larceny, rape, burglary and felony assault. Some information on those crimes can be found on the NYPD's CompStat 2.0 website and on the NYPD's NYC Crime Map.