Thug adds insult to injury

Taunting is not unheard of during brazen burglaries.

Cops say that’s what happened to a victim who woke up to the sound of shattering glass in the 2600 block of 18th Street the morning of Sept. 10. He looked out the window and saw the burglar breaking his car window. He hollered at the suspect and got this reply:

“To late, boss.”

The burglar fled and has not been arrested, police said.

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