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Bike Thief Quickly Arrested

A teen who stole a bike outside a store on Kingston Avenue was identified and arrested moments later. Full Story

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Sad
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Sad

Very sad that we live among people whom have never been taught that stealing is wrong.

Usually happens when the kid is raised by his grandma, because the parents are AWOL.

Crime don't pay!
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Crime don't pay!

Kol hakavod to Shmira

Incredible!
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Incredible!

Shmira is incredible. You guys are truly amazing at what you do for our community. Thank you for always being here night and day.

Go Shmira!!!!
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Go Shmira!!!!

How ironic, his shirt says “I did my best” obviously he did!

I Did My Best
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I Did My Best

look at what his tshirt says!

haha
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haha

look at the theif’s shirt- ”I did my best.”
no u didn’t.

wow
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wow

Shmira in action

I love his t-shirt!
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I love his t-shirt!

“I did my best”

It's Always Shmira
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It's Always Shmira

What would be without Shmira?

Great
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Great

That’s the way you dooooos it

Btw a big scene creates a noise and it lets future ganov in know that you can’t get away with this garbage

I Spy....
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I Spy....

Naftali! Great Job!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

Kevin
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Kevin

Can we stop posting pictures of our community security personal /activist smoking cigarettes. 1) It looks extremely condescending especially at a crime scene. 2) It gives the wrong message to our youngsters.

Great show of levelheaded behavior.
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Great show of levelheaded behavior.

So nice that this didn’t turn into another one of those nobody- wins showdowns where citizens don’t call in the right parties to take care of such situations. Also nice that Shmira was able to take care of the situation so efficiently. Finally, thanks go to the 71st precinct for their collaborative co-operation. Now, let’s see what the judge does. Personally,I’d make the thief do community service with the Department of Sanitation, or something like that, for the duration of time it would have taken him to earn the money to buy the stolen bike. It might give him an… Read more »

Proofreader
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Proofreader

I don’t think that the thief is a “young boy” as the caption under the picture states!

Flatbush is proud of you
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Flatbush is proud of you

Chabad Lubavitch of Flatbush would like to have guys like Shmira of Crown Heights. Amazing work!

Why
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Why

Just a thought , why did the young lad not put a pad lock on his bike before entering the store. ( The thief still had no right to steal the bike )

Doesn't look like a young boy
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Doesn't look like a young boy

Looks like a grown man. When someone is fifteen, sixteen, seventeen they are more than old enough to take adult responsibility for their crimes. Any nursery school kid can tell you that stealing is a no-no.

Moshe
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Moshe

Amazing!
Shmira does such a great job all the time.
It’s sooo good that they are finally sharing some of the work they do on a daily basis..

haha
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haha

look at his shirt
I guess his best isin’t to good

to #12
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to #12

Youngsters should not be on the internet, at all.

So you should also say the same thing to people smoking on the streets…
Think before writing.

to 20
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to 20

You’ve gotta look at the facts youngsters are on the Internet maybe wrongly but you’ve gotta deal with things how they are not say how they should be

"I did my best"
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"I did my best"

Chasidus teaches that we can learn a lot from a thief:
He prays for success
calculates and plans details -Hachonos
and when unsuccessful will try again until he succeeds.

he did his best
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he did his best

CLASSIC!

shmira at it's best
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shmira at it's best

Shmira what would Ch be with out you wonderful guys.
You guys are the real heroes .
Thank you 😊
The patrol were know and the we can count on

To #21
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To #21

I disagree with you 100%. What you’re saying has no logic and doesn’t make any sense.

To 20
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To 20

Hehe ahha! You are right about they shouldn’t but they are! Think before you write, what does that mean! Because we have to love each other and write nicely I love you, you love me it’s a happy family of all of the yidden and that means you , you love me and I love you!

shmira
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shmira

good job always can count on shmira

Kasha an
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Kasha an

To 22: This is not a “thief” This is a human being of limited capacity who has been poorly trained in the basics, meaning the Noachide laws. He illustrates the saying “locks are not for thieves”. This lack of training means that others have to set the boundaries he is incapable of maintaining.

wheres the second bike? and the person that stole it?
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wheres the second bike? and the person that stole it?

weren’t there two bikes stolen both men rode out of the store

MOUUUSES
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MOUUUSES

SHEVAH MITZVAHS ANYONE?
THE BOSS TOLD US WHAT TO DO. CAN WE SAY WE ARE DOING IT AGGRESSIVELY?

I DID MY BEST
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I DID MY BEST

I don’t get it. Can somebody tell me what B.E.S.T stands for?
Bicycles-Eventually-Stolen-Today,?

to 31
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to 31

lolll 🙂

Safety Hazard
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Safety Hazard

Pulling onto sidewalks? What if a child had darted around the corner after a friend or someone on another bike or skates came down the hill? double park, park against traffic but not on the sidewalks

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