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Babylon-Islip police report

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


A flashlight, CDs, and change were stolen from a vehicle parked at residence on Thompson Avenue on March 1.

Bay Shore

Clothing was stolen from a store Feb. 28 at South Shore Mall on Route 27.

An incident of criminal mischief to a fence was discovered Feb. 28 on Candlewood Road.


A shopper at IGA supermarket on Sunrise Highway told police she left her wallet in a shopping cart March 1. The wallet was gone when she went back to retrieve it.


A 1994 Honda Civic, parked in front of a residence on Heyward Street, was stolen Feb. 28.


A man stole a package of bologna from the 7-Eleven convenience store on Route 25 on March 1. The suspect fled in a blue minivan.

A woman stole merchandise March 1 from a GNC store on Nesconset Highway.

Central Islip

Cash was stolen from a house on Gates Avenue on March 1. Entry to the residence had been gained by removing a screen from a basement window.

A 1996 Honda Civic on Banana Street was stolen Feb. 28.


A Copiague woman, 18, was arrested at the Rite Aid pharmacy on Merrick Road on Feb. 28 for allegedly stealing makeup.


The rear passenger window of a 2010 Jeep Liberty was smashed March 2 while parked in a restaurant lot on Furrows Road. A camera and assorted clothing were reported stolen from the vehicle. taken.


Scratches were found on a 2005 Jeep Cherokee on Ashland Court Feb. 28.

A debit card and a pocket knife were stolen from a 2006 Saturn parked on Ashland Court on Feb. 28.


Aluminum pipes, located in the yard of PTG Events Service on Oval Drive, were reported stolen March 2.

Four LCD TVs were stolen from BJ's on Old Nichols Road on Feb. 28.


A Center Moriches woman, 32, was arrested at the Kohl's store on Route 27 and charged with petit larceny for allegedly stealing cookware.

Items stored in a locked shed on Main Street were discovered stolen March 2.

An intoxicated man attempted to steal items from the Pathmark supermarket on Islip Avenue on March 1. No arrest was made.

Lake Grove

The contents of a pocketbook were discovered stolen Feb. 28 from a 2008 Jeep Cherokee in a parking lot on Route 347. The passenger side window of the vehicle was broken to gain entry.


A 1996 Honda Civic was stolen March 1 from a residence on East June Street.

North Babylon

A burglar gained entry to the Laundrolux Laundromat on Deer Park Avenue on March 1 through an unlocked rear door and stole a plastic container containing cash.


A handicapped tag was stolen March 1 from a location on Ocean Avenue.


Kitchen cabinets and various appliances, including a refrigerator and a sump pump, were discovered missing March 2 from a vacant property on Main Street.


Lug nuts were reported stolen March 1 from the wheels of a 2007 Volvo parked at a residence on King Arthur's Court.

West Babylon

A jacket containing keys was stolen March 2 at West Babylon Senior High School on Great East Neck Road.


A person entered Wyandanch Auto Parts on Long Island Avenue Feb. 28 and stole three watches. The front glass door had been smashed.



A Rolex watch was discovered missing March 2 from a vehicle on Harrison Drive.


Copper tubes and fittings were stolen March 1 from air-conditioning/heating units at the Girl Scout building on Moreland Road March 1. The units were damaged.

Dix Hills

The passenger side window of a 2010 Honda Pilot parked in a driveway on Candlewood Path was broken Feb. 28.

Credit cards were stolen from a pocketbook left in an unlocked vehicle parked at the Dix Hill's Ice Rink on Vanderbilt Parkway Feb. 28.

A wallet containing credit cards was discovered stolen March 3 from an unlocked vehicle on E. Dosoris Lane.

East Northport

A person entered an unlocked residence on Pulaski Road on March 1

and removed jewelry and coins.


The glass on the door of the Burt Lumber building on Park Avenue was discovered broken March 1. Cash was reported stolen.

Huntington Station

A pizza delivery man got into a verbal dispute with someone Feb. 28 on 9th Avenue. The other person pushed him and then stole the pizzas he was delivering.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Daria Arnold


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