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Hempstead-North Hempstead police report

Reports from county or village police, Feb. 28-March 6

Baldwin

A safe was discovered stolen from a residence on South Drive Feb. 28.

Elmont

Two unknown men forcefully robbed a pedestrian on Hempstead Turnpike on March 6. A MP3 player was stolen.

A Savoy Avenue residence was discovered burglarized March 4, and jewelry was stolen.

Lynbrook

Jewelry and a laptop computer were stolen from a residence on Carpenter Avenue on March 2. Entry to the home was gained by prying open the front door.

Jewelry, a TV, a video game and a camera were stolen from a residence on Rowe Avenue on Feb. 28. Entry was made through a pried-open side door.

Roosevelt

A 1993 Ford Taurus was stolen from the driveway of a residence on Jefferson Avenue on March 5.

Uniondale

A 1999 Honda Civic was stolen March 1 from in front of a residence on Nostrand Avenue.

A 2000 Honda Civic was reported stolen from in front of a house on Davis Avenue on March 3.

An attempted burglary occurred March 5 at the Kenneth Mock law office on Nassau Road.

Valley Stream

Tools, a laptop computer and a GPS unit were stolen from a 2002 Cadillac Escalade parked at the Sunrise Multiplex on West Sunrise Highway on March 5.

A Goldner Court residence was burglarized March 4. Four jars of coins containing a total of $250 were stolen.

A 1984 Ford Thunderbird on Alsop Street was stolen March 2.

West Hempstead

Jewelry and a cell phone were discovered stolen from a residence on Walnut Street on March 5.

Three laptop computers and a TV were stolen Feb. 28 from a residence on Chautauqua Avenue.

Copper piping was discovered stolen March 4 from a Woodfield Road residence. The home's glass rear door was broken to gain entry.

A pedestrian was robbed March 4 at Chestnut Street and Hempstead Gardens Drive by a man with a knife. The suspect, about age 18, stole a cell phone from the victim and fled on foot.

Westbury

Candy bars were stolen from Hampton Inn on Jericho Turnpike on March 2.

A Hicksville man, 20, was arrested March 1 for attempting to rob an individual on Powells Avenue at gunpoint.

A laptop was stolen from a vehicle parked on Old Country Road on March 3.

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Bellmore

An attempted residential burglary on Garfield Street occurred on March 4.

East Meadow

Jewelry was stolen from a home on Albermarle Avenue on March 4.

A 1993 Honda Civic was stolen from in front of a house on Coakley Street on March 6.

Hicksville

Cash and a flat-screen TV were discovered stolen March 2 from Bollywood Performing Arts on West Old Country Road.

Cash was discovered stolen from the register at Hicksville Sweet Shop on South Broadway on March 4.

Jericho

A Hewlett-Packard toner cartridge was stolen March 3 from Staples on Jericho Turnpike.

Laurel Hollow

A slate wall on Moores Hill Road was discovered damaged March 6.

Massapequa

The front window of a Biltmore Boulevard residence was damaged by a BB gun pellet March 2.

Four tires and rims were discovered stolen March 3 from two 2009 Nissan 370Zs parked in a dealership lot on Sunrise Highway.

A Massapequa man, 24, was arrested March 5 and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny after being caught on surveillance tape stealing the purse of a co-worker at Best Yet Market on Merrick Road.

Massapequa Park

Windows on two vehicles parked on Pacific Street were discovered broken March 5.

Merrick

Jewelry and a camcorder were discovered stolen from a residence on Stuyvesant Avenue on March 1.

Mineola

A wallet was stolen at a business on Second Street on March 3.

North Massapequa

GPS units were discovered stolen from three vehicles parked on North Maple and North Pine streets on Feb. 28.

Wantagh

A Roosevelt woman, 18, was arrested March 4 on third-degree grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument charges. She is charged with cashing a $4,700 fraudulent check at Chase Bank on Wantagh Avenue on March 3. She was apprehended the following day when she returned to the bank attempting to withdraw additional funds.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe

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