The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:
■ A 2019 Honda Pilot worth $20,000 was stolen from an alley on Arthur Street in Centerport on April 26. The keys had been left inside the unlocked vehicle.
■ A resident of Coolidge Drive in Centerport reported that his 2017 Toyota Prius was stolen from his driveway on April 26. The vehicle, worth $18,000, had been left unlocked with the keys inside.
■ Walgreens on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported a shoplifter on April 26. A woman allegedly stole various cleaning products worth $100.
■ Walgreens on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported that a man stole 12 cases of beer worth $170 on April 26.
■ A customer shopping at Walmart on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported that her wallet was stolen from her purse which had been left unattended in a shopping cart on April 30.
Cold Spring Harbor
■ A Glen Way resident in Cold Spring Harbor called police to report that his 2022 Mercedes Benz GLC300 was stolen from his driveway on April 30. The vehicle was valued at $55,000. The keys may have been left inside.
■ Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack reported that a man allegedly broke a cabinet lock on April 29 and stole Nintendo game cards worth around $300 before fleeing. The lock was valued at $200.
■ A shoplifter was reported at the Marshalls on Henry Street in Commack on April 29. A woman allegedly stole matching clothes worth approximately $270.
■ A resident of Massey Court in Greenlawn reported that his BMW X5 was stolen on April 26. The vehicle, left unlocked with the keys inside, was valued at $30,000.
■ Prestige Auto Wraps & Detailing on West Pulaski Road in Huntington Station reported that a customer’s 2021 Jeep was stolen from the premises on April 29.
■ Target on East Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station reported that three men entered the store on April 24 and allegedly stole a Cricut cutting machine worth $430 and various cleaning supplies for a total of $150.
■ A Dunkin Donuts customer on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported that he left his 1998 Dodge Stratus running and unattended with the keys inside on April 25 and that upon leaving the store, the car had disappeared.
■ A customer shopping at the Food Plaza on New York Avenue at Huntington Station on April 26 reported that her cell phone was stolen from her unattended wallet.
■ USA Gas on New York Avenue at Huntington Station called police on April 28 to report that a man allegedly pumped $80 worth of gas and left without paying.
■ A resident of Chester Street in Lake Grove called police on April 26 to report that someone had stolen four ADT security keypads from a dumpster in their yard. The items were valued at $300.
■ Macy’s at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported a major theft on April 26th. Three women and a man allegedly stole various items of clothing worth over $2,100.
■ Victoria’s Secret at Smith Haven Mall called police to report that two women allegedly stole matching clothes worth approximately $2,000 on April 29.
■ Verizon Wireless at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported that a man walked into the store and allegedly stole an iPhone 13 Pro Max worth $1,100 on April 18.
■ Rite Aid on Nesconset Highway in Mount Sinai reported that two men stole 16 cases of assorted beers worth $270 on April 25.
■ A Samsung Galaxy tablet with case was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on Smithtown Blvd. at Nesconset on April 27.
Port Jefferson Station
■ Assorted hand tools and a pair of sunglasses worth approximately $2,150 were reportedly stolen from a building under construction at Brightview Senior Living on Route 112 at Port Jefferson Station on April 26.
■ A resident of Woodlawn Avenue in St. James reported that a 2016 Yamaha Quad YFZ450R was stolen from his shed on April 27. The vehicle was valued at $8,000.
■ Target on Pond Path in South Setauket reported a shoplifter on April 29. A man and a woman allegedly stole eight LEGO sets and cans of Enfamil. The merchandise was valued at $1,165.
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward for information leading 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