Burglar broke into home by kicking hole in wall: cops

A man burglarized a Queens home by kicking open a hole in the wall of the apartment, police said Tuesday.

The incident occurred last Thursday at about 9:15 a.m. when the crook – inside of a residential building on near Woodbine Street and Seneca Avenue – gained entry into the victims’ apartment through a vacant, adjacent apartment, cops said.

Once he busted through the wall and got inside, the man swiped jewelry and laptops of four women who reside there, police said.

Cops are still looking for the suspect who was last seen wearing a black knit cap, a gray hooded sweater, and gray sweatpants and carried a black duffel bag.

Surveillance footage released by police showed the man with a pricey yellow Scott bicycle, which costs upwards of $2,000.

Additional reporting by Stephanie Pagones

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