BROOKLYN - Police say they are looking for the suspects responsible for at least 19 burglaries in the borough.
According to authorities, the suspects targeted all types of businesses, including bodegas, restaurants and jewelry stores.
The latest incident took place May 30 when the suspects allegedly entered the Luck Chan takeout restaurant on Albany Avenue and walked away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
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The first related robbery was reported at the beginning of April, police say.
Officials say money was stolen at most of the locations, but also cellphones, jewelry, a computer, cigarettes and even candy were swiped.
The burglaries stretch from Crown Heights to Prospect Heights and Park Slope.
Three police precincts are investigating.