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An employee at an unidentified hospital tipped off police that Lower East Side model Ataui Deng has been admitted as a patient. She’d been missing for 12 days. [NY Daily News]

Police say a 29-year-old man was robbed of his camera, laptop and wallet by a woman who’d accompanied him to his Allen Street hotel room on the Lower East Side. [DNA Info]

A Bushwick woman whose iPhone was stolen at gunpoint from her front stoop Monday night had her property returned to her by police after she used the “Find My iPhone” app. The phone was found in a car along with marijuana and a gun sans serial number. The car’s three male passengers were arrested. [NY Daily News]
Fab 208, a vintage store on E.7th Street, will close in November after 23 years in business. [Bowery Boogie]

When it opens next month on the Lower East Side, dog training facility Dream Come True K9s amenities will include both canine-sized pool and treadmills (pictured). [DNA Info]

Community Board 3 unanimously approved the liquor license for chefs Alex Raij and Eder Montero‘s planned Grand Street eatery. Wassail, a new vegetarian cider spot replacing Todd’s Mills on Orchard Street, also received a liquor license. [Eater NY]

According to data provided by Zillow, of all the neighborhoods in NYC, Bushwick had the fourth-largest increase of median home prices between June 2013 and 2014. [Crain’s NY]

Per a new round-up, the 25 most-anticipated fall restaurants include Birds & Bubbles, Chez Jef, Dirt Candy, Dirty French and Tijuana Picnic on the Lower East Side; Empellon St. Marks (replacing the Sushi Lounge), relocated Momofoku Ko and Shuko in the East Village; Bowery Meat Company and Ramen Lab in Noho/Nolita, and Arrogant Swine in Bushwick. [Eater NY]

Sixty years ago this month, four Jewish teens allegedly beat a black factory worker to death on S.5th Street in Williamsburg’s so-called “Night of Horror,” a crime portrayed in the Robert Rauschenberg painting “Collection.” []

Tomorrow night, Kevin Corrigan‘s talk show guests at Over the Eight will be Sarah Silverman, Chuck Klosterman, and former death row inmate Damien Echols, who was released from prison in 2011. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Sunday afternoon from 12 to 4 p.m., Warsaw in Greenpoint will host Rattled Expo, a market for “indie-minded moms and dads.” Adult admission is $5. [Greenpointers]

Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto and his band Thirty Seconds to Mars played an acoustic set Sunday at Livestream Public in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

Blind Barber‘s Williamsburg outpost now has a $2 taco special every Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m. [Brokelyn]

Read about local stores-within-stores, including watch/accessories brand Shinola (which operates from Noho restaurant The Smile) and Fox Fodder Farm (currently at Fellow Barber in Williamsburg). [DNA Info]