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North Hempstead-Oyster Bay police beat

Reports from county or village police, Feb. 28-March 6

East Garden City

A 1997 GMC pickup on Old Country Road was discovered stolen March 2.

Garden City Park

A 15-inch flat-screen TV was stolen from a Tenafly Drive residence March 3.

Jericho

A Hewlett Packard toner cartridge was stolen March 3 from Staples on Jericho Turnpike.

Laurel Hollow

A slate wall on Moores Hill Road was discovered damaged March 6.

Mineola

A wallet was stolen at a business on Second Street on March 3.

North New Hyde Park

A laptop was stolen March 3 from a vehicle parked on Union Turnpike.

Syosset

A vehicle on Underhill Boulevard was stolen March 1.

Cash was stolen from a vehicle parked on Hicks Avenue on March 6.

Westbury

Candy bars were stolen from Hampton Inn on Jericho Turnpike March 2.

A Hicksville man, 20, was charged March 1 with attempting to rob an individual by gunpoint on Powells Avenue.

A laptop was stolen from a vehicle parked on Old Country Road on March 3.

Woodbury

Two red Sharps medical waste containers were stolen March 4 from Woodbury Center for Health Care on Jericho Turnpike.

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East Meadow

Jewelry was stolen from a home on Albermarle Avenue on March 4.

Hicksville

Cash and a flat-screen TV were stolen March 2 from Bollywood Performing Arts on West Old Country Road.

Massapequa

Four tires and rims were stolen March 3 from two 2009 Nissans at a dealership lot on Sunrise Highway.

A Massapequa man, 24, was charged March 5 with fourth-degree grand larceny. He was allegedly caught on surveillance tape stealing the purse of a co-worker at Best Yet Market on Merrick Road.

Massapequa Park

Windows on two vehicles parked

on Pacific Street were broken March 5.

Merrick

Jewelry and a camcorder were discovered stolen from a residence on Stuyvesant Avenue on March 1.

Wantagh

A Roosevelt woman, 18, was charged March 4 with grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument for allegedly cashing a $4,700 fraudulent check at Chase Bank on Wantagh Avenue March 3. Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe

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