TBR News Media Police Blotter for March 17, 2022 Issue

The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:

Centereach

■ Walmart on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported a shoplifter on March 4. A man allegedly stole four car batteries with a total value of $325.

■ A resident of Chevy Drive in Centereach reported that someone entered his vehicle parked in the driveway on March 8 and stole an iPhone, Nintendo Switch games, gift cards, wallet and sunglasses . The items were worth over $500.

Comack

■ Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack reported two shoplifters on March 10. A man and a woman allegedly stole 9 sets of LED lights worth approximately $170.

Northport East

■ A resident of Jameson Court in East Northport called police on March 10 to report money had been removed from his unlocked vehicle which was parked in the driveway.

■ A resident of Lilan Court in East Northport reported that his 2007 Lexus ES350 was stolen on March 10. The keys had been left in the unlocked vehicle worth $7,000.

■ A resident of Honey Lane in East Northport reported that his rental car, a 2021 Nissan Sentra, was stolen from his driveway on March 10. A second set of keys may have been left inside the vehicle, worth $21,000.

■ A resident of Cori Lane in East Northport called police to report that his unlocked car had been seized on March 10 and a wallet containing credit cards and gift cards had been removed.

Fort Salonga

■ A resident of the Deauville court in Fort Salonga called the police on March 7 to report that his BMW 2011 had been stolen the previous evening. The vehicle was valued at $10,000.

Hauppauge

■ A resident of Dewberry Place in Hauppauge reported that someone had stolen a wallet with cash, credit and debit cards from his vehicle on March 11.

■ A resident of Pine Hollow Road in Hauppauge called police on March 9 to report that a man allegedly stole two Amazon packages from his door. The incident was captured by the owner’s Ring security camera. The suspect fled in a waiting beige Toyota Camry. The merchandise was valued at $80.

■ A resident of Northfield Road in Hauppauge reported that a man stole an Amazon package from his doorstep on March 9. The incident was filmed. The value of the goods was $60.

Huntington Station

■ Two men allegedly stole an e-bike, a Ninja Power Pitcher blender and four Old Spices from Target on East Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station on March 8. The merchandise was valued at approximately $640.

■ Victoria’s Secret at the Walt Whitman Stores in Huntington Station reported a shoplifter on March 10. A man allegedly stole 48 pairs of women’s underwear worth $960.

■ Target on East Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station called police on March 8 to report petty theft. A man walked into the store with a blue bag, allegedly filled it with seven prepaid cell phones worth $725, and walked out without paying.

■ Macy’s at the Walt Whitman Stores in Huntington Station reported grand larceny on March 9. A man allegedly stole 19 handbags from a storage room in the store. The merchandise was valued at $8,550.

■ Target on East Jericho Turnpike at Huntington Station reported a shoplifter on March 9. A man allegedly stole two vacuum cleaners worth $596 and a Nespresso machine worth $380.

kings park

■ A resident of Hawthorne Avenue in Kings Park reported that someone broke into his vehicle on March 10 and stole various tools and equipment. The items were valued at approximately $2,000.

Lake Grove

■ Victoria’s Secret PINK store at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported petty theft on March 10. A man and two women walked into the store, allegedly filled a shopping bag with 10 miscellaneous clothing items worth approximately $1,000, and walked out without paying.

Miller Square

■ Vincenzo’s Pizzeria and Restaurant on Route 25A in Miller Place called police to report a March 7 burglary. Someone threw a rock through the front glass door, entered the restaurant and stole money from the till in the middle of the night.

■ A resident of Harrison Avenue in Miller Place reported that someone stole mail from his mailbox on March 3.

Port Jefferson

■ A resident of Hillcrest Avenue in Port Jefferson called police on March 3 to report that a Trek 7.2 FX bike had been stolen from his open garage. The bicycle was valued at approximately $600.

Port Jefferson Station

■ Seven rolls of copper wire and two nail guns were stolen from a construction site at Brightview Senior Living on Route 112 in Port Jefferson Station on March 10. The items were valued at $3,200.

rocky point

■ A resident of Friendship Drive in Rocky Point reports that someone smashed the passenger window of his vehicle parked in his driveway on March 7 and stole medical equipment and supplies worth about $500. The cost to repair the window was $200.

■ A resident of Dawn Road in Rocky Point called police on March 7 to report that his vehicle had been broken into and various items stolen. Entry was gained through the vehicle’s passenger window.

St James

■ Sal’s Auto Body on Middle Country Road in St. James called police on March 11 to report that 8 vehicles parked on the property were damaged, 5 windows were smashed and 11 tires and rims were stolen. Damage was estimated at around $8,000. The stolen property was valued at $15,000.

Selden

■ Guitar Center on Middle Country Road in Selden reported that two men stole three Fender guitars from the store on March 4. The total value of the items was $3,430.

■ A resident of Farner Avenue in Selden called the police on March 10 to report that a man had stolen packages containing men’s clothing from their doorstep. The incident was recorded on the owner’s Ring security camera. The merchandise was valued at $300.

■ Aldi on Middle Country Road in Selden reported a shoplifter on March 11. A woman allegedly stole six cases of Tide Pods and three bottles of Downy Unstopables. The merchandise was valued at $90.

Smithtown

■ A resident of Flamingo Drive in Smithtown called police on March 8 to report that someone had broken into his vehicle and removed two pairs of Ray-Ban sunglasses worth $240 and l ‘money.

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