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Close to $20,000 in Belongings Stolen from Hoboken Sidewalk

While unloading a car, a couple had quite some extensive stuff stolen.

A Hoboken couple notified police that, while unloading their car at Tenth Street and Park Avenue, one of their bags was stolen.

Close to $20,000 in belongings—$19,063 to be exact—was stolen from the side walk, according to police.

The couple unloaded their car in front of 1017 Park Ave. and walked with their belongings to another building on the same block, police said.

Here's the damage:

Tumi Duffel Bag $400

Jaeger Le Coultre watch $15,000

Pontoni shoes $1200

De Squared jeans $800

Charles Tyrwhitt shirt $200

Thomas Pink cufflinks $200

Nike shirt $45

Nike shorts $45

J Crew boxers $140

J Crew V Neck tees $140

J Crew Socks $48

Wilkes bashford belt $500

Tumi toilet kit $200

Nike tennis shorts $45

Mr. Porter pocket squares $100

HobokenTownie October 25, 2012 at 02:11 PM
I guess anyone dumb enough to by DSquared jeans is dumb enough to pack a $15K watch in a $400 bag and leave it on the sidewalk unattended....... When I hear about someone having items like this and the circumstances of the crime i think (1) Guido or (2) drug dealer....
Journey October 25, 2012 at 02:53 PM
Want to go into designing high end childrens clothes with me. Buy no name jeans, get a bunch of kids to play hard in them, getting real authentic looking holes in them, slap a label on them, we could have washed destroyed jeans. Make a fortune.
puzzledone October 25, 2012 at 04:00 PM
I'm still quite partial to these: http://www.hulu.com/#!watch/277097
green November 14, 2012 at 04:45 PM
This was quite an unfortunate circumstance, but your post made me laugh a lot.


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