TBR News Media Police Blotter for February 17, 2022 Issue

The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:

Centereach

■ 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.

Comack

■ 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.

Northport East

■ 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.

Fort Salonga

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.

Halesite

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.

Hauppauge

■ 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.

harbor master

■ 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.

Huntington Station

■ 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.

kings park

■ 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.

Lake Grove

■ 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.

Ronkonkoma Lake

■ 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.

Melville

■ 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.

rocky point

■ A resident of Dawn Road in Rocky Point reported that someone stole an American flag from his porch on February 9.

Smithtown

■ 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.

South Setauket

■ 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.

stony stream

■ 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