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Suffolk County police are seeking the public's help

Suffolk County police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect in an attempted robbery of a Bank of America branch in Central Islip. (Jan. 24, 2014) Credit: Handout

Another frigid day on Long Island is winding down, as is our live coverage, but here is a rundown of the top stories Newsday reporters have been working on, as well as a roundup of top tweets.

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POLICE RELEASE PHOTO OF SUSPECT. Suffolk County detectives are searching for a man who attempted to rob a Central Islip bank Friday afternoon, but left without the cash. Suffolk Police released a photo of the suspect (pictured above) Monday afternoon, and asked the public to help identify him.

PERSON STRUCK BY TRAIN.  A person was struck Monday around 1 p.m. by a Long Island Rail Road train in Center Moriches, a spokesman for the commuter service said. More info: http://bit.ly/1f39LVd

WATER MAIN BREAKS. The Suffolk County Water Authority reported three water main breaks on Monday.

  -- ISLIP, Smith Avenue. About 60 residences were affected by a shutdown of water services as crews worked on repairs.
  -- NORTHPORT, Ocean Avenue. About 20 residences were affected by a shutdown of water services as crews worked on making repairs.
  -- SOUND BEACH, Greenlawn Road. About 19 residents were impacted by a similar shutdown.

A message posted on the SCWA website warned customers in these areas that they might experience no water service, low water pressure and discolored water for a period of time.

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