Reports from county or village police, Jan. 24-30
A GPS unit was stolen from a vehicle on Gardiner Drive on Jan 27.
Concrete was thrown through the window of a vehicle on Center Avenue on Jan. 24.
Cash, a checkbook, tools and credit cards were discovered stolen Jan. 27 from a vehicle parked on Clubhouse Drive.
Two vehicles were discovered damaged and three dealer license plates stolen Jan. 26 at the Sunrise Auto Group on Sunrise Highway.
The tires and rims of a 2009 Nissan Maxima parked on Walnut Avenue were discovered stolen Jan. 27.
Damage to a plastic awning cover was discovered Jan. 26 at the La Sagrade Palabra Church on Sixth Avenue.
The passenger-side window of a 2002 Mercedes-Benz parked at Gold's Gym on Mercedes Way was broken, and a purse containing a wallet was stolen Jan. 27.
A 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked on Wilken Lane was stolen Jan. 28. The vehicle was recovered at another location and returned to the owner.
Police responded to an alarm on East Sycamore Street on Jan. 25 and found a rear basement window broken. There was no sign of entry.
A Hewlett-Packard widescreen monitor was stolen from a residence on Beachview Street on Jan. 26.
Two men were seen stealing tires and rims from a 2007 Cadillac Escalade parked on Scopelitis Court on Jan. 27.
A 28-year-old woman and two men, ages 22 and 23, were arrested at Walmart on Route 454 on Jan. 27 and charged with grand larceny, fourth degree. They are charged with stealing a computer and DVDs. All three suspects are Brooklyn residents.
A white 2001 Ford E250 was stolen Jan. 24. The vehicle was parked on Santa Barbara Road.
The window of a 2007 Isuzu parked on Cherubino Lane was broken Jan. 27. Money was removed from the vehicle.
A man grabbed a can of beer at the 7-Eleven convenience store on Johnson Avenue on Jan. 26 then ran out of the store without paying.
A sign at United Methodist Church on Greene Avenue was discovered damaged on Jan. 24.
A duffel bag containing tools, medicine and personal papers was stolen on Route 109 Jan. 24.
A driver pulled into the Gulf gas station on Main Street on Jan. 27, pumped gas, then sped off without paying and with the gas hose still attached to the vehicle. The nozzle was snapped into two pieces.
After a driver rolled past a stopped school bus on Larkfield Road on Jan. 26, another driver walked over to the vehicle, yelled at the driver, punched the vehicle's window and kicked the door, creating a dent.
A GPS unit was stolen from a 2003 Ford on Talman Place on Jan. 26. The front driver-side window was broken.
Fuel oil was stolen from an exterior tank at Hope Funding Group on East Route 25 on Jan. 25.
Windows on several vehicles were broken and lug nut wrench locks stolen at Habberstad Nissan on East Jericho Turnpike on Jan. 25.
The fence of the Auto Auction lot on Peconic Avenue was cut Jan. 24 and a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle on the property.
Various prescription medications were discovered stolen Jan. 27 from the Walgreens pharmacy on Route 112.
A Bay Shore man, 21, was arrested at Waldbaum's on Route 110 Jan. 26 and charged with grand larceny, fourth degree. He is charged with stealing a pocketbook from a shopping cart.
A burglar attempted to gain entry to a residence on Cabriolet Lane on Jan. 26 by prying open a window, setting off an alarm.
The taillights of a 2002 Lexus parked in a driveway on Jeremy Circle were reported missing Jan. 25.
Copper piping, a water heater and an HVAC unit were discovered missing Jan. 27 from a vacant house on Mead Avenue. The rear door of the building was broken to gain entry.
The Long Island Cauliflower Association on Marcy Avenue was marked with graffiti Jan. 27.
An air-conditioner condensing unit outside the Showcase Design building on Jericho Turnpike was reported stolen Jan. 25.
Police were informed Jan. 25 that, over a period of time, electronic items had been stolen from the Radio Shack store on Route 111.
Money was stolen from a jewelry box at a residence on Hamilton Lane Jan. 26. A burglar had entered the house by breaking the window of a door.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy, Mary Beth Foley and Daria Arnold