BY JERRY DANZIG
Bluetooth BluesElectronics continue to attract thieves. At 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 26, a woman entered the AT&T store at 2066 Broadway and made off with $1,134 worth of Bluetooth speakers and other electronics.
Wicked WorkerA store under construction proved vulnerable to crooks. At 12 noon on Thursday, Dec. 17, a perpetrator believed to be a construction worker at the AT&T store at 2195 Broadway made off with $4,900 in iPhones and Samsung cell phones.
Banana Republic PeeledClothes also retain their allure for shoplifters. At 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19, a man entered the Banana Republic store at 1976 Broadway and made off with items of merchandise valued at $1,024.
No Lark at Clark’sA woman had her purse taken from under under her seat in at P.J. Clarke’s, according to police. The 24-year-old was dining at the West 63rd Street restaurant on Dec. 20 had hung her purse under her seat but found it gone when she went to pay her bill. She put the total loss at $1,280.
Goodbye ColumbusThieves are happy to steal used electronics too. At 7 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 18, a 41-year-old man parked his car outside 504 Columbus Ave. When he returned, he found that someone had removed a variety of electronics from inside the car, including an iPhone, a GPS device, an iPad, and more, valued at $1,884.