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TBR News Media Police Blotter for July 28, 2022 Issue

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The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:

Comack

■ A petty theft was reported at Dick’s Sporting Goods on Jericho Turnpike in Commack on July 23rd. A man allegedly placed assorted Nike clothing worth $600 in a bag and walked out without paying.

■ Princess Deli Bagels on Jericho Turnpike in Commack reported a burglary on July 20. Unknown suspects smashed the front glass door to enter.

Scam alert! A woman shopping at Costco Wholesale on Garet Place in Commack reported that while she was loading goods into her car on July 21, a woman approached her to ask for directions. She later realized that her credit cards had been stolen from her purse which was on the driver’s seat.

Ten Hills

■ A car was stolen from a driveway on McCulloch Drive in Dix Hills on July 21. The vehicle, a 2022 Audi Q3, was valued at $40,000.

Farmingville

■ A blue 2022 Audi SQ5 was reportedly stolen from the entrance of a residence on Roberta Avenue in Farmingville by an unknown person on July 20. The key fob had been left in the vehicle, worth $30,000.

Huntington

■ Sal D’s Italian restaurant on Wall Street in Huntington reported a burglary on July 23. Unidentified people forced the back door to enter and stole money and the restaurant’s security system.

Huntington Station

■ Liquor Plaza on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported petty theft on July 24. A man and a woman allegedly stole several bottles of vodka worth $70.

kings park

■ A disabled sign was reported stolen from a car parked at the St. Johnland Nursing Center on Sunken Meadow Road in Kings Park on July 19.

Lake Grove

■ Bed Bath & Beyond on Nesconset Highway in Lake Grove reported shoplifting on July 22. A woman allegedly stole a Shark vacuum cleaner worth $350.

■ Police were called to the Macy’s parking lot at the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove on July 24. Someone smashed the front and rear passenger-side windows of a vehicle and stole two iPhones and two pairs of iPods.

Melville

Scam alert! A woman shopping at Costco Wholesale on Broadhollow Road in Melville reported that while loading goods into her car on July 21, she was approached in the parking lot by a woman asking for directions. When she went to a second store, she realized that her credit cards had disappeared from her purse.

■ Dick’s Sporting Goods on Walt Whitman Road in Melville reported a shoplifter on July 23. A woman reportedly walked into the store, cut the sensors off several pieces of clothing, and walked out with the merchandise worth approximately $240.

Port Jefferson Station

■ Shoprite on Nesconset Highway at Port Jefferson Station reported a shoplifter on July 24. A man allegedly stole an assortment of food items worth $49.

Selden

■ Walgreens on Middle Country Road in Selden called the police on July 20 to report petty theft. A man and a woman allegedly stole several cases of Modelo beer worth $116.

■ Brothers Grim Games and Collectibles on Middle Country Road in Selden reported a burglary on July 22. Unknown suspects smashed a glass door to get in and allegedly stole $1,000 worth of Pokemon trading cards.

Smithtown

■ Bagel Express on West Main Street in Smithtown was robbed on July 19. Unknown suspects smashed the front glass door to gain entry and stole cash from the till.

■ The Smithtown Senior Center on Middle Country Road in Smithtown called police on July 22 to report that catalytic converters had been stolen from two senior citizen buses in the parking lot.

South Setauket

■ A petty theft was reported to Target on Pond Path in South Setauket on July 14. A man allegedly loaded an assortment of health and beauty products worth around $200 into a shopping cart, hid the items and walked out of the store without paying.

stony stream

■ Marshals on the Nesconset Highway in Stony Brook called police on July 22 to report a shoplifter. A person allegedly stole matching clothes worth $126. When confronted, the suspect punched a security guard in the face and fled.

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