Reports from county or village police, Feb. 28-March 6
A Rolex watch was discovered missing from a vehicle on Harrison Drive March 2.
Copper tubes and fittings were stolen from air conditioning/heating units located at the Girl Scout building on Moreland Road March 1. The units were damaged during the incident.
The passenger side window of a 2010 Honda Pilot parked in a driveway on Candlewood Path was broken Feb. 28.
Credit cards were stolen from a pocketbook left in an unlocked vehicle parked at Dix Hills Ice Rink on Vanderbilt Parkway Feb. 28.
A wallet containing credit cards was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on East Dosoris Lane March 3.
An unknown person entered a residence on Pulaski Road through an unlocked front door March 1. Jewelry and coins were stolen.
A glass door at Burt Lumber on Park Avenue was discovered broken March 1. Cash was reported stolen.
A woman stole items from Community Food Mart on Depot Road Feb. 28.
A pizza deliverer got into a verbal dispute with another person at a location on Ninth Avenue Feb. 28. The other person pushed the delivery person and took the pizzas.
The front and rear driver's side windows of a vehicle on Bradshaw Lane were shattered March 2.
An unknown person jumped the back yard fence of North Shore Fuel Oil property on North Country Road and removed copper pipes and power tools Feb. 28.
Cash was stolen from a Gates Avenue house March 1. Entry was gained by removing a basement window screen.
A 1996 Honda Civic on Banana Street was stolen Feb. 28.
Aluminum pipes, located in the yard of PTG Events Service on Oval Drive, were reported stolen March 2.
Four LCD TV's were stolen from BJ's Warehouse on Old Nichols Road Feb. 28.
A burglar gained entry to Laundrolux Laundromat on Deer Park Avenue March 1 through an unlocked rear door. A plastic container containing cash was stolen.
A handicapped driver's tag was stolen from a location on Ocean Avenue March 1.
An unknown person entered Wyandanch Auto Parts on Long Island Avenue and stole three watches Feb. 28. The front glass door had been smashed.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Daria Arnold