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Islip-Brookhaven police report

Reports from county or village police, May 16-22

Blue Point

An iPod was discovered stolen May 19 from a Ford Taurus parked on Dena Drive.


Propane tanks were discovered stolen May 18 from a parking lot on Knickerbocker Avenue.


Copper piping was discovered stolen May 18 from the boiler room of a house on Lukens Avenue.

Central Islip

Copper piping was discovered stolen May 16 from a vacant house on Coconut Street.

Eight Japanese maple trees were discovered stolen May 16 from a fenced lot of a commercial nursery on Islip Avenue.


A wallet containing credit cards was stolen from a vehicle in a parking lot on Main Street on May 16.


The front door window of a house on Old Medford Avenue was broken May 20.

A stereo was discovered stolen May 19 from a GMC truck parked on Michelle Court. One of the vehicle's windows had been smashed to gain access.


A landscape rock was used to smash the windshield and dent the hood of a 2004 Kia Sorrento parked in front of a Cedar Avenue Extension residence May 20.

Lake Grove

A residential mailbox was discovered stolen May 17 from the front yard of house on Washburn Street.

A GPS unit and a phone charger were stolen from a 2001 Nissan parked at the Smith Haven Mall on May 17.

Lake Ronkonkoma

A central air conditioning unit on Expressway Drive South was damaged May 19 during an attempt to disconnect and pry it from its base.

Two unknown men followed another individual on Morris Avenue May 20 for a short distance and asked to use his cell phone. While asking for instructions on how to use it, they assaulted the victim and took the phone.


Items were discovered missing May 19 from a Louis Kossuth Avenue residential driveway. The missing items included an engine and a floor jack.

A 2008 Honda Accord was stolen from a Feuereisen Avenue driveway May 16.


Clothing was stolen from the Once Upon a Child store on Sunrise Highway May 19.

An E-ZPass tag was discovered stolen May 19 from a vehicle in a parking lot on Easy Street.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Ann Smukler

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