Two well-dressed bandits made off with a bundle of pricey winter duds from an Upper East Side store.
The sticky-fingered duo entered Ralph Lauren’s flagship store on Madison Avenue near 70th Street at 5:30 p.m. last Saturday and stuffed nearly $3,300 worth of cashmere sweaters, knitted hats and a fur vest in their bags, cops said.
The man-woman shoplifting team fled from the store without paying for the designer spoils.
A thug threatened a woman with a folding knife on the Upper East Side, cops said yesterday.
The 39-year-old victim told police a man followed her for six to eight blocks along Madison Avenue, then flashed his weapon and made a stabbing motion at 6:45 p.m. on Oct. 12, authorities said.
The woman screamed and the man fled down 68th Street.
The suspect is described as about 30 years old and 5-foot-4. He was wearing a black hooded jacket, police sources said.
A hoodlum robbed and assaulted a man in Woodside, authorities said.
Evans Castillo, 22, and a cohort jumped the victim on 56th Street near 33rd Avenue at about 2 a.m. on Oct. 1, said a spokesperson for DA Richard Brown.
The alleged perpetrator knocked the victim to the ground while an accomplice swiped the victim’s necklace, according to prosecutors.
Castillo fled in a getaway car but police caught up to him on Oct. 11. He was charged with robbery and assault.
Police are asking the public for help in identifying the thug pictured here who allegedly swiped money from a food deliveryman in Astoria.
The bandit, wearing a black T-shirt and camouflage shorts, approached the 21-year-old man on Main Avenue near 8th Street at 10 p.m. on Aug. 26 and threatened him with a raised fist, police said.
He rifled the victim’s pockets, snatched $120 and fled on a bicycle, cops said.
It wasn’t music to his ears.
A crook may be heading to the slammer after attacking a man for his headphones in Far Rockaway, cops said.
George Spigner, 20, allegedly wielded a knife and demanded the victim’s gear on Beach 97th Street near Rockaway Freeway at about 11 a.m. on Oct. 10, according to court papers.
The punk punched the victim, slashed his headphone wires and fled.
The victim was treated for minor injuries, police said.
Police nabbed Spigner the same day.
A trio assaulted a man after robbing him of his cellphone in Williamsbridge, authorities said.
Isaiah Garrett, 21, allegedly ripped the phone from the victim’s hand on Rochambeau Avenue near East 208th Street Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
The victim tried to grab back his property and Garrett punched him in the face while Akeen Barnes, 24, and another accomplice pushed him to the ground, court papers state.
The beat-down continued, then the suspects fled. Barnes and Garrett were arrested the same day.
A tire-slashing teen duo was flattened by cops in Arrochar, police said yesterday.
From Sept. 23 through Wednesday, they allegedly slashed the tires of 25 cars and SUVs in an area bounded by Kramer Street, Foch Avenue, Lamport Boulevard and Quintard Street.
Tiana Bello, 16, and Jesus Vazquez, 17, were spotted Tuesday at 9:05 p.m. hopping a fence into Saint Mary’s Cemetery on Parkinson Avenue.
Police recovered two knives from a bag they allegedly tried to discard. They were charged with criminal mischief, said a spokesman for DA Daniel Donovan.