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We know you're all considering the move to the sixth borough — Dumbo is so played out, man — and so we want to pass along this warning about the risks of that move, as noted by Philadelphia Weekly:

Man suspected in theft: A man brought from a street corner in Brooklyn, N.Y., to help a man move from Brooklyn to the 2500 block of Dorothy Drive on Jan. 30 is suspected of taking a leather portfolio containing two passports, a check for $12 and a bank passbook, police said.

The lesson: Don't hire a guy from some random streetcorner in Brooklyn to help you with your 100-mile move. Oh, and always keep a close, close eye on your $12 checks.

Crooklyn [Philadelphia Weekly]