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Huntington-Smithtown police beat, Dec. 27

Reports from county or village police, Dec. 13-19

Cold Spring Harbor

Cash was stolen from a pocketbook in an unlocked 2007 Accura on Woodleaf Court Dec. 15.

The rear window of a Hawxhurst Road home was pried open Dec. 14, and jewelry and two laptop computers taken.

Cash was stolen from a 1998 Jeep located on Fox Hunt Lane Dec. 14.


A large quantity of heavy-gauge copper wire was stolen Dec. 14 from Crossway Electric Inc. on Commack Road.

An unknown person pried open the rear door of a Long Meadow Road house Dec. 15. No property was missing.

Dix Hills

A Dix Hills man, 28, was arrested Dec. 15 and charged with breaking into a shed on Woodedge Drive and stealing a space heater.


A central air-conditioning unit was stolen from the side of a medical/dental building on Town Line Road Dec. 15.


An unknown man stole firewood bundles from the front of the King Kullen supermarket on New York Avenue Dec. 13.

A pocketbook with credit cards, a wedding ring and an iPod in it was stolen Dec. 14 from a business on Carver Street.

Huntington Station

Christmas decorations were stolen Dec. 13 from a yard on Pioneer Boulevard.

A laptop computer was stolen from a business on Broadway Dec. 13.

Lake Ronkonkoma

A 1995 Jeep Cherokee, left running in a 7-Eleven parking lot on Portion Road, was stolen Dec. 14.


After dispensing gas into a silver Honda with Florida license plates Dec. 14, an unknown person left a Walt Whitman Road station without paying.


An air-blown outdoor Christmas decoration was stolen Dec. 13 from a Veterans Highway home.

Tires and rims from a 2007 Cadillac Escalade in an Old Hauppauge Road driveway were stolen Dec. 14.

South Huntington

Christmas lights on a fence at a Melville Road house were stolen Dec. 13.



A Christmas wreath was stolen from a house on Salt Meadow Road Dec. 14.

Central Islip

A window was broken and a stereo stolen from a 1996 Saturn parked on Fairway Lane Dec. 15.

Assorted lengths of copper wire were discovered stolen Dec. 13 from a vacant commercial building on Motor Parkway.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Ann Smukler.


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