Reports from county or village police, Feb. 28-March 6
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Middle Road on March 5.
Several vehicles were burglarized March 4 while they were parked behind a locked and gated area at Miller Environmental Group on Edwards Avenue.
A Motorola Razr cell phone was stolen March 2 from Toms County Automotive on Middle Country Road.
A man stole a package of bologna March 1 from the 7-Eleven convenience store on Route 25. The suspect fled in a blue minivan.
A woman stole merchandise from a GNC store on Nesconset Highway on March 1.
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 clothing were stolen.
Scratches were found on a 2005 Jeep Cherokee on Ashland Court on Feb. 28.
A debit card and a pocket knife were stolen from a 2006 Saturn parked on Ashland Court Feb. 28.
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.
Building materials were discovered missing March 2 from the fenced lot of the Manorville Fire Department at Country Road 111 and Halsey Manor Road. The lock on the fence had been cut to gain entry.
A GPS unit and a sports equipment bag were discovered stolen Feb. 28 from an unlocked vehicle parked on Harlem Avenue.
A digital camera was stolen from a vehicle parked on Olympic Avenue on Feb. 28.
Police were informed of an incident of criminal mischief to a mini school bus on Quail Road on Feb. 28.
An incident of criminal mischief to a residential mail box on Ridge Road occurred Feb. 28.
A handicapped tag was stolen from a location on Ocean Avenue on March 1.
Three air-conditioning units were discovered missing March 2 from a location on Route 25.
Lug nuts were reported stolen March 1 from the wheels of a 2007 Volvo parked at a residence on King Arthur's Court.
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.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy, Daria Arnold and Mary Beth Foley