The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:
■ Harbor Freight on Middle Country Road in Centereach called police on February 11 to report a man stole a 3,500 watt inverter generator worth approximately $850.
■ Ocean State Job Lot on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported petty theft on Feb. 10. A woman allegedly stole four backpacks, two Apple device chargers and two sofa protectors. The items were valued at around $170.
■ Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack reported petty theft on February 6. A man and a woman allegedly stole two TI-84 calculators, two webcams and various household items worth $380.
■ Ulta Beauty on Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack reported that a man stole $1,200 worth of perfumes on Feb. 8.
■ A resident of Meadow Lark Drive in Commack reported that someone stole a wallet, debit cards and cash from a center console in his unlocked vehicle parked in the driveway on Feb. 7. Someone tried to use debit cards at a 7-Eleven but failed.
■ The Home Depot on Jericho Turnpike in Commack reported a shoplifter on Feb. 10. A man allegedly stole yarn worth approximately $1,200.
■ Famous Footwear on Jericho Turnpike in Commack called police Feb. 9 to report that a man and woman worked together to steal three pairs of shoes worth about $350.
■ A resident of Ketcham Court in East Northport reported the theft of a 2019 BMW X5 worth $70,000 on February 9. The vehicle was parked in the driveway and locked.
■ CVS on Fort Salonga Road in Fort Salonga reported petty theft on February 9. Two men allegedly stole various over-the-counter drugs worth approximately $250.
■ Juniors Pizza on New York Avenue in Halesite reported a burglary on February 11. A man allegedly opened the back door and stole money from the cash register.
■ A resident of Lincoln Blvd. in Hauppauge called the police on February 7 to report that someone had cut the lock on their garage door and stolen two rims, two tires and two mountain bikes. The items were valued at approximately $14,000.
■ Dunkin Donuts on Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge reported a burglary on February 7. The front glass door was smashed by a large rock and an undetermined amount of cash was stolen from three ledgers.
■ A resident of Wicks Lane in Head of the Harbor called police on February 8 to report that someone had stolen a 2021 Mercedes Benz G63 worth $280,000 from his home.
■ Bloomingdales on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported that two men allegedly stole 12 men’s polo shirts worth around $1,500 on February 8.
■ A food delivery driver said he was held up by two men on Leyden Street in Huntington Station who showed a gun on February 11. An iPhone, wallet, cash and bank cards were stolen. The victim was not injured.
■ Marshalls on New York Ave. at Huntington Station reported petty larceny on Feb. 8. A man allegedly stole a shopping cart full of matching clothes worth about $900.
■ A resident of Cypress Drive in Kings Park called police on February 7 to report that items including cash and credit cards were stolen from an unlocked vehicle outside their home.
■ Macy’s of the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported petty theft on February 9. Two unknown suspects allegedly stole matching clothing worth approximately $680.
■ A resident of Laurelton Avenue in Lake Grove called police on February 10 to report the theft of a 2005 Yamaha ATV chained to an RV in the driveway. The vehicle was valued at around $2,000.
■ Lake Liquors on Hawkins Ave. in Lake Ronkonkoma reported that a man entered the store on February 7 and allegedly hid a bottle of Jack Daniels in his jacket before leaving. The item was valued at $31.
■ Two men walked into AT&T on Walt Whitman Road in Melville on Feb. 9 and allegedly stole three iPhone 13s. The merchandise was valued at approximately $2,900.
Port Jefferson Station
■ A Piedmont Drive resident at the Port Jefferson train station reported that an Amazon package was stolen from his door on February 5. The value of the items was approximately $150.
■ A resident of Grove Street in Port Jefferson Station called police on February 9 to report the theft of a catalytic converter from a 2001 Honda Accord that was parked in front of the house. The stolen item was valued at approximately $800.
■ A resident of Dawn Road in Rocky Point reported that someone stole an American flag from his porch on February 9.
■ A car parked at St. Catherine Medical Center on Route 25A in Smithtown was broken into on February 5 by an unknown suspect who stole a wallet and keys.
■ A 2005 Jeep parked at the Smithtown LIRR station was reported stolen on February 10. A spare key had been left in the center console. The vehicle was valued at $2,000.
■ Home Depot on Pond Path in South Setauket reported a shoplifter on Feb. 8. A woman allegedly stole two Milwaukee grinders and a Makita circular saw. The items were valued at around $275.
■ Target on Pond Path in South Setauket reported petty theft on Feb. 5. A man and a woman entered the store, went to the video game section, used a special magnetic key to open the cabinet and allegedly stole 13 assorted video games worth approximately $700.
■ The theft of road and field equipment from a construction site on Oxhead Road in Stony Brook was reported on 10 February. Items stolen included ground penetrating radar and road building materials worth $1,000. The items had been left on the side of the road while a crew measured underground utilities.
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone with information about these incidents can contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers to submit an anonymous report by calling 1-800-220-TIPS.
— COMPILED BY HEIDI SUTTON