Reports from county or village police, July 11-17.
Cash was missing from vehicles parked on Joan Court and Bittner Lane on July 12.
Cold Spring Harbor
A 6-by-12-foot soccer net was stolen from the front yard of a Ridge Road home July 12.
Damage to interior doors of an Elmwood Drive home was discovered July 14. No items were taken.
The windshield of a vehicle parked on Village Drive West was smashed July 12.
The theft of a computer from a Little Plains Road house was reported July 12. A window had been pried open.
Jewelry was stolen from a Verleye Avenue home July 13. Entry was made through an unlocked bedroom window.
A car parked in the Classy Coffee parking lot on Clinton Avenue was damaged July 11, and an emergency volunteer light was stolen from the vehicle. Damage was done to the top of the car and the driver's side door.
Flowers and flower pots were stolen from a Wall Street residence July 12.
Cash was stolen from a locker at New York Sports Club on New Street July 12.
Decorative pink flags in front of A Tisket A Tasket Anything in a Basket on East Main Street were stolen July 12.
Cash and cigarettes were stolen at gunpoint from a Gulf gas station on Main Street July 11.
Two gyms bags were stolen from a 1992 Oldsmobile parked on Vondran Street on July 13. The passenger- and driver-side windows were smashed.
A lamppost at a Dellwood Drive residence was damaged July 12.
Windshields of five buses at a transportation facility on Middleville Road were damaged July 12.
Jewelry was stolen from a home on Eckert Street on July 13. Access was gained through a sliding glass door.
A blue 2003 four-door Kia was stolen from a Park Avenue driveway July 12.Windows were smashed on an Adirondack Trailways bus at the George Street train station parking lot on July 11.
A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2005 Toyota Tundra at the Long Island Rail Road lot on Pine Aire Drive July 13.
Someone stole items from Pathmark on Islip Avenue on July 15 and then fled.
Graffiti was found on the outside of the East Islip Animal Hospital on Main Street July 14.
Compiled by Ginny Dunleavy
and Ann Smukler