BY JERRY DANZIG
Jewelry store robbedTwo men broke into the LUNESSA jewelry store at 100 Thompson St. at about 5 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 5, and took roughly $59,000 in earrings, necklaces and other items, police said. The burglars took 91 silver diamond earrings valued at $30,000, 46 sterling silver diamond necklaces worth $16,790, 12 sterling silver diamond bracelets amounting to $10,000, and other items, police said. All told, the haul was valued at $58,890.
Man robbed on West BroadwayShortly after 5 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, a 44-year-old Bronx man going into his workplace at 475 West Broadway was threatened by two men, one of them in his early 20s who then pulled out a firearm and grabbed the man’s necklace, according to the account he gave police. The men also took his wallet and other items. Both then fled south on West Broadway. The wallet was found a short way away. The value of the gold chain and a pendant at was put at $800.
Bar AssaultA St. Petersburg, Florida, man, was struck on the head by a glass bottle in the Dead Rabbit bar at 30 Water Street on Friday night, Oct. 5, cutting him, police said. The man told officers he had no idea who hit him or why they hit him.
Man MuggedA 25-year-old Brooklyn man waiting for a Lyft car outside of SOBs at 204 Varick St. at about 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 was approached by a man in his early 30s who then punched him in the face and took his iPhone and wallet, he told police.
Purse SnatchAt 5:45 p.m. on Sunday, October 7, a 56-year-old Connecticut woman drinking at Le District bar on Liberty Street when, she suspects, her bag was taken from the railing next to her seat. She later told police she thought a man in his 40s and accompanied by a small white dog who had been looking into her direction had taken the bag. She told police she was missing her Hermes bag valued at $5,350, $310 and other items.