Reports from county or village police, Dec. 27-Jan. 2
A 2006 Hyundai Elantra was stolen from a parking lot on Deer Park Avenue on Dec. 28.
A burglar entered a house on Oak Beach Road on Dec. 28 through a window and stole an Xbox system and games.
Cash and a mace kit were discovered stolen Dec. 28 from a 2010 Mazda on Imperial Way.
A burglar entered a residence on North Clinton Avenue on Dec. 28 through the kitchen window at the rear of house. An Xbox game system was reported stolen.
Assorted items were stolen from a house on Brooklyn Boulevard Dec. 29.
A 1987 Chevy Capri parked in front of a residence on New York Avenue was discovered stolen Dec. 27. The vehicle was recovered the following day on Spur Drive North and Commack Road.
A Central Islip woman, 46, was arrested Dec. 28 at The Home Depot store on Sunrise Highway and charged with petty larceny. She is charged with stealing two rolls of electrical wire.
Portable radios were stolen from a vehicle in the Applebee's restaurant parking lot on Route 454 on Dec. 27.
Items were reported stolen Dec. 27 from a Jeep Cherokee on Arthur Street.
An ATM card was reported stolen Dec. 28 from an unlocked vehicle on Half Mile Road.
An unknown person damaged the front glass window of a business on Gibbs Road Dec. 28, causing the alarm to be activated.
A Central Islip woman, 22, was arrested at the Target store on Sunrise Highway on Dec. 29 and charged with petty larceny. She is charged with stealing a video game system.
A burglar entered a house on Nantucket Lane Dec. 29 and stole money and jewelry.
A trailer belonging to Long Island Tree Care was stolen from a driveway on Brook Avenue on Dec. 29.
Graffiti was discovered Dec. 29 at a business property on West Main Street.
A Gulf gas station on Expressway Drive South was robbed Dec. 29 of cash by a man armed with a handgun. The suspect is described as 25 to 30 years old, 6-feet tall and wearing a black ski mask, black hoodie, jacket and sweatpants.
A burglar entered a house on Split Cedar Drive on Dec. 27 and stole jewelry, cash, a TV, a PlayStation and a computer.
A computer was stolen from a vehicle on Wilshire Drive North on Dec. 28.
The driver-side window of a 2008 Nissan parked in a driveway on Hunter Avenue was broken Dec. 29. A pocketbook left was reported stolen.
A 1992 Plymouth Voyager parked at a convenience store on North Putnam Avenue was stolen Dec. 28.
The rear door of Ronnie's Deli on Traction Boulevard was discovered pried open Dec. 27. The ATM machine inside had been broken into and cash stolen.
A plate-glass window was discovered broken Dec. 28 at Microcontrollers Suppliers on Koehler Avenue.
A Cannondale Triathlon bicycle was discovered stolen Dec. 30 from an unlocked shed at a house on Eastover Road.
Money and a camera were stolen during a burglary at a house on Young Street on Dec. 28.
The gate to a chain-link fence at the East Coast Cooler facility on Keane Street was discovered ripped down Dec. 30. Aluminum drinking water fountains were reported stolen from the location.
The passenger-side window of a 2003 Chevy Suburban parked in a driveway on Pine Avenue was discovered broken Dec. 29. A handbag containing cash, a passport, a license and a debit card were reported stolen.
Graffiti was discovered Dec. 28 painted on the security doors of a business on Main Street.
Stereo equipment and speakers were stolen from a 2004 Chevy Colorado parked at Denny & Sons Custom Auto Body on Middle Country Road on Dec. 28.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Daria Arnold