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Babylon-Islip police report, Jan. 24

Reports from county or village police, Jan. 10-16

Bay Shore

Security cameras were reported missing Jan. 14 from a business on East Main Street.

A burglar pried open the side door of a house on North Clinton Avenue Jan. 13, and stole jewelry.


Graffiti was spray painted on three vehicles parked on Lincoln Avenue Jan. 14.


A basketball hoop was stolen from the front of a house on Laurie Road Jan. 10.

The driver of a gold colored Lincoln pumped gas at a station on Islip Avenue Jan. 11 then drove off without paying.

A Brentwood man, 19, was arrested at the Pathmark store on Wicks Road Jan. 12 and charged with petit larceny for stealing an alcoholic energy drink.

A window of a car on Chapel Hill Drive was discovered broken Jan. 14.


A Wii game system and notebook computer were stolen from a house on Malta Street Jan. 13.


The window of a business located on Motor Parkway was broken Jan. 13.


A 2008 Nissan Rogue was stolen from a Sunoco Gas station on Veterans Memorial Highway Jan. 14.


A woman told police her purse, containing credit cards, was stolen from a shopping cart at Waldbaum's supermarket on Hoffman Avenue Jan. 13.


The tires and rims of a 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer parked on Peconic Street were stolen Jan. 13.

Vandals spray painted a fence at a residence on Blythe Road Jan. 10. On Jan. 11, a rock was thrown through the bay window of a neighboring house.

West Babylon

A Bay Shore woman, 18, was arrested at the Shop Rite store on Route 109 Jan. 10 and charged with petit larceny. She is accused of stealing dental floss, toothpaste and over-the-counter cold medications.

West Bay Shore

Blu-ray DVDs and box sets were stolen from the Target store on Route 27 Jan. 11. The merchandise was valued at about $500.

West Islip

A PlayStation 3 and games were stolen from a residence on Higbie Lane Jan. 13.

Wheatley Heights

Jewelry and computer equipment were stolen from a residence on Malden Circle Jan. 14. A burglar entered through the front door.


Copper pipe and baseboard were discovered stolen Jan. 10 from a vacant property on Garden City Avenue.

A basement window of a house on Charles Street was discovered broken Jan. 14. Copper piping was reported stolen and sheet rock walls were damaged.



The window of a house on Hubbell Street was damaged Jan. 10.


Copper piping was discovered missing Jan. 13 from a vacant house on Erna Drive.

East Setauket

A window at St. George's Golf Club on Sheep Pasture Road was discovered broken Jan. 14. Putters and wedges were reported stolen.

Fort Salonga

A driver left the Shell Station on Route 25A without paying for gas Jan. 12.


A window at Finnegan's Restaurant on Wall Street was broken after a group of patrons was asked to leave the premises Jan. 10. No arrests were made.

Huntington Station

A snack vending machine at the Things Over a $1 store on New York Avenue was discovered stolen Jan. 10.

Kings Park

A 2005 Kawasaki ATV quad was discovered stolen Jan. 12 from the Power Crush Inc. storage lot on Old Northport Road.


A 1993 blue Jeep Wrangler was stolen from the Mastic-Shirley LIRR station on Northern Boulevard Jan. 13.


An incident of shoplifting was reported at Fine Wines and Liquors on Alexander Avenue Jan. 12.


Four windows of a 1997 Nissan Maxima on Dare Road were broken Jan. 15.


Two men fled the Rite Aid pharmacy on Montauk Highway without paying for merchandise Jan. 14.

South Huntington

An Old Bethpage woman, 20, was arrested at Macy's in Walt Whitman Mall Jan. 10 and charged with petit larceny for stealing clothing.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Daria Arnold


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