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- Aaron Feis, Ben Feuerherd and Amanda Woods


Police say the suspect pictured above stole a bicycle from the garage of an Astoria apartment building.

He let himself into the building in the vicinity of Crescent Street and 31st Avenue on Oct. 25 at about 3 a.m., then made his way to the indoor garage.

He grabbed the black Cannondale mountain bike from a storage area and wheeled it out of the building, cops said.

The bike is valued at approximat­ely $850.

A crook bashed open an ATM in Astoria and stole about $2,100, police said.

The thief looted the outdoor ATM on 27th Avenue near 18th Street on Oct. 23 at about 3:50 a.m., cops said.

Securityca­mera footage from the area shows the hooded suspect prepping for the breakin by tying a bandanna around the lower half of his face and holding what appear to be a mallet and chisel.

The Bronx

A 27yearold man was wounded in a shooting inside a Claremont publichous­ing building, police said.

The gunman opened f ire in a hallway in the Morris Houses near the corner of East 171st Street and Third Avenue on Thursday at about 1:45 p.m., cops said.

One round caught the victim in the right shoulder, cops said. He was treated at St. Barnabas Hospital.

Police sources said the victim has clammed up, refusing to tell cops what happened or who attacked him.

Three crooks roughed up and robbed a straphange­r at a Longwood subway station, the third theft in the area attributed to the trio in less than two weeks, cops said.

In the latest mugging, the suspects jumped the 17yearold victim right after he got off the northbound 6 train at the East 149th Street station on Tuesday at about 9:20 p.m.

They slammed the teen against a wall, then took his cellphone and some cash, authoritie­s said.

The bandits kicked off their spree at the same station on Nov. 16, attacking a 37yearold man who had just exited the 6 train at about 11 p.m.

They pinned the victim’s arm behind his back, pounded him with punches and fled with his cellphone, bank cards and mountain bike, police said.

The next night, the trio robbed a 54yearold straphange­r of his cash at the Longwood Avenue station at about 11:10 p.m., cops said.

The suspects, who typically wear gray sweatsuits and black sneakers, are believed to be in their late teens or early 20s.


A teenager caught a bullet in the butt when shots rang out at a Fort Greene housing project early Friday, police said.

The 15yearold was struck just before 3:45 a.m. outside a building in the Ingersoll Houses on Monument Walk near Navy Street.

First responders brought the victim to Methodist Hospital in stable condition.

Authoritie­s didn’t immediatel­y identify a suspect or a motive.


A fiend sexually assaulted a woman in the lobby of a Kips Bay housing project at midnight on Thanksgivi­ng, police said Friday.

The thug, whom police identified as Dominique Frazier (above), 31, allegedly shoved his 48yearold victim into a stairwell and forced her to perform a sex act on him before attempting to rape her.

When the victim fought back, Frazier allegedly grabbed her handbag and fled. The woman chased him and, with the assistance of a male witness, recovered her handbag, police said. The suspect was at large Friday night.

An Uber driver tried to rape a female passenger in the back of his car in Midtown, police sources said.

Choudry Mustanser, 54, allegedly unzipped his pants, climbed into the back seat and tried to force himself on the 20yearold woman at East 41st Street and Fifth Avenue at 6:05 a.m. Thursday, sources said.

The woman fought off the driver and fled. Charges against Mustanser weren’t immediatel­y available.

Port Authority cops nabbed a motorist fleeing the NYPD at the Holland Tunnel, officials said.

Sarah Smith, 22, allegedly took off when a marked NYPD car tried to pull over her 2007 Jeep Liberty near the Manhattan entrance to the tunnel at 8:10 a.m. Thursday.

PA cops saw Smith zoom into the tunnel and joined the pursuit, a PAPD spokesman said.

The PAPD off icers f inally caught up to Smith near the Jersey City exit.

Smith, of Long Island, was charged with eluding police and reckless driving.

Crime Stoppers offers rewards of up to $2,500 for your help in solving violent crimes. You don’t have to reveal your identity. Call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS or go to www.nypdcrimes­

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