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NYPD: Man Walks into Woodside Church, Takes Laptop

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Sept. 30, 2015 Staff Report

A man walked into a Sunnyside/Woodside church last month and took off with a laptop he stole from the office, according to police.

The suspect entered St. Nicholas Church, located at 45-03 48th Avenue, on Saturday, August 29, at about 10:30 am before going into the office and stealing a Toshiba laptop, police say.

The police released the following footage today.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS

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i will be so pissed if they cancel season 3 of The Strain. I think it will also be the final season unless they drag it out of the story line and make something up.

Avoid the Noid

I’m sure we can all agree that every Turkish person in Sunnyside should be brought to the local precinct for interrogation.


What a disgrace this man is! Stealing property from a Romanian Orthodox Church and not thinking about his wrongdoing? Unbelievable…


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