A Brooklyn man with a penchant for pilfering parking meters is on the prowl.
Maurice Mizrahi, 34, is wanted for stealing 87 coin-collecting machines from around the borough, cops said yesterday.
The parking meters, which carry up to $90 in change and cost around $500 each, were all swiped near Mizrahi's East First Street home in Gravesend.
"Talking with [the Department of Transportation], they have never seen anything like this," said Captain George Mastrokostas, commanding officer of the 61st Precinct in Sheepshead Bay.
Mizrahi's passion for parking devices is well documented - he's been arrested seven times in the past year for stealing meters.
In his latest bust, Mizrahi was caught after his mother discovered dozens of parking meters Wednesday night in the home they share.
The woman had been away for two months and called the cops when she came home and found her son's collection.