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A 45-year-old woman from Huntington Station was arrested and charged with petty larceny Sept. 14. She is accused of stealing 39 pieces of assorted merchandise from TJ Maxx on Jericho Turnpike.

A TV and a plant were reported stolen from Walmart on Crooked Hill Road Sept. 19.

A cellphone was stolen from Walmart on Crooked Hill Road Sept. 13.

A 26-year-old man from Levittown was arrested and charged with petty larceny Sept. 15. He is accused of stealing tools from Home Depot on Crooked Hill Road.

Deer Park

A 1991 trailer mobile vehicle was reported stolen from a parking lot on Executive Drive Sept. 15.

An incident of second-degree identity theft was reported by a resident of Oakland Avenue Sept. 14. Checking account number was used to steal money.

Lake Grove

A 25-year-old woman from East Hampton was arrested and charged with petty larceny Sept. 15 and issued a field appearance ticket. She was accused of stealing face creams and various other beauty supplies at Sephora in the Smith Haven Mall.

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Dix Hills

A rock was thrown at the rear window of a 2014 Nissan Rogue parked on Pine Hill Sept. 13.

East Northport

Entry was made through a basement window under the porch of a home on Caton Street and jewelry and cash were stolen Sept. 16.

Elwood

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An employee of Mavis Discount Tire on Larkfield Road reportedly used the company's credit card to order auto parts online Sept. 16. No charges were filed.

Fort Salonga

A Ferris commercial mower was stolen from a covered trailer parked at a location on Townline Road Sept. 14.

A lock and door to a treehouse were reported damaged at a home on Rinaldo Road Sept. 13.

Greenlawn

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Two dirt bicycles were reported stolen from an unlocked storage container at a residence on Smith Street Sept. 19.

Hauppauge

An incident of second-degree identity theft was reported by a resident of Steven Place Sept. 15. Debit card information was used to withdraw money.

An incident of second-degree identity theft was reported by a resident of Radburn Drive Sept. 14. A Citibank account number was used to withdraw money.

A 2007 Kawasaki motorcycle was reported stolen from the driveway of a home on Arlene Court Sept. 12.

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Huntington

Money was reported stolen from an envelope in a purse on a desk at a home on Hilaire Drive Sept. 14.

Huntington Station

An incident of second-degree identity theft was reported by a resident of Bradbury Avenue Sept. 15. A credit union ATM card was used to make cash withdrawals.

Two bicycles were reported stolen from a yard of a home on Jones Lane Sept. 12.

The driver's side passenger door was reported scratched on a 1993 Saturn parked on Osage Drive Sept. 15.

Three pairs of sunglasses were stolen from the Sunglass Hut in the Walt Whitman Shops on Walt Whitman Road Sept. 14.

Lake Ronkonkoma

Slots were reported knocked out on PVC fence at a home on Larch Street Sept. 15.

Melville

A driver's license and credit cards were stolen from a locked locker at Adecco Group on Broadhollow Road Sept. 14.

Nesconset

A man reportedly punched the quarter panel of another man's 2007 Hyundai parked on Lloyd Lane causing damage Sept. 14.

Smithtown

Entry was gained to a home on Ridge Road and jewelry was stolen Sept. 15.

A 50-year-old woman from Central Islip was arrested and charged with petty larceny Sept. 13. She is accused of using someone's debit card and withdrawing cash.

South Huntington

Two mountain bicycles were reported stolen from a home on Pidgeon Hill Road Sept. 19.

A bicycle was reported stolen from the front yard of a home on Coe Place Sept. 15.

St. James

A Bosch laser meter and a wallet containing credit cards was reported stolen from an unlocked 2002 Ford PL parked on Inwood Road Sept. 14.

A 2014 Nissan Sentra parked on Plane Tree Lane was rummaged through and cash was stolen Sept. 13.

West Hills

An incident of first-degree identity theft was reported by a resident of Greenview Circle Sept. 13. Someone cashed a check made out to the victim.

Compiled by Diane Daniels

and Cathy Mahon