Four teens who used a baseball bat to bash out the taillights and a rear window of parked cars in Seaford and Bethpage have been arrested on criminal mischief charges, Nassau County police said Wednesday.

The four teens smashed taillights and a rear window of three vehicles on Bayberry Lane in Seaford, Lee Drive in Seaford, and Eighth Street in Bethpage, all on Tuesday, police said.

Seventh Squad detectives said they were able to track down vandals after a witness jotted down the license plate number of a gray 2001 Audi that they allegedly drove.

Charged each with three counts of criminal mischief were: Luca Paolucci 17, of 688 Franklin Ave., Massapequa; Michael Sarro, 17, of 5 Joyce Ct., North Babylon; Marlon Iacono, 17, 976 N. Park Ave., North Massapequa; and Frank Pugliese, 16, of 11 Rosewood Dr., Massapequa.

They were released on appearance tickets and are scheduled to return June 16 to First District Court in Hempstead.

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