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Woman’s purse swiped from car in Flushing lot

Surveillance images show a suspect wanted in connection with a Flushing theft. Images courtesy NYPD
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FLUSHING -- Police were asking the public’s help in finding a person suspected of breaking into a woman’s car as it was parked in a municipal parking lot near 135-20 39th Ave.

The 50-year-old woman locked her keys in her car and had gone to get help to retrieve them when the person broke in and stole her pocketbook, credit cards, money and iPhone, police said.

The credit cards were later used at an Hmart and a California Farmers Market by an unknown male, cops said.

Anyone with information can send their tips to Crime Stoppers by phone at 800-577-TIPS, online at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or by text at 274637, entering TIP577.

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joe from Bayside says:
Surprised he did not buy a burger considering he is a McFatty.Peple who steal should get no breaks and pay back everything they stole before they can get out.
March 18, 2013, 12:38 pm

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