Surveillance video and other evidence led police to arrest a Lindenhurst man early Tuesday in separate crimes committed in October and November.
Robert Marlow, 23, of 189 33rd St., surrendered to Nassau County police at the Second Precinct in Woodbury at 2 a.m. He faces charges of second-degree burglary and fourth-degree grand larceny.
Police said Marlow was caught on video surveillance using a debit card belonging to a woman, 20. It was not clear when that surveillance video was shot -- or where it was shot -- but police said the woman was doing her personal banking on Oct. 26 when she noticed an "unauthorized transaction" allegedly made by Marlow at a food store in West Islip. It was not clear what was purchased during the unauthorized transaction.
Police said that on Nov. 18, Marlow "gained entry" to a residence on Red Maple Drive South in Wantagh, allegedly breaking the glass of a rear window to enter the home.
Police said Marlow then "removed assorted jewelry" from the home -- and said he later pawned that jewelry in West Babylon and Massapequa Park.
Marlow is scheduled for arraignment Tuesday in First District Court in Hempstead.