The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:
■ A resident of Debron Court in Centereach reported that a stranger was filmed stealing his Ancheer 350W e-bike from his garden on July 7.
■ FW Webb Plumbing Supply on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported that two unknown individuals entered the property and stole a copper pipe worth $3,000 on July 8.
■ Guitar Center on Garet Place in Commack reported a major theft on July 7th. A man allegedly stole a custom Gibson Les Paul guitar worth $6,499.
■ A woman putting items in her car in the Walmart parking lot on Crooked Hill Road in Commack on July 6 forgot to take her wallet out of the cart before driving off. When he returned, the wallet containing cash and credit cards was gone. Surveillance video captured a man walking towards the cart and picking it up.
■ A car was reported stolen from a resident’s driveway on Glenridge Lane on July 8th. The keys had been left inside with a wallet and some cash. The vehicle, a 2017 Infiniti QX60, was valued at $40,000.
■ A white 2017 Ford Escape was reported stolen from a resident’s driveway on Crombie Street in Huntington Station on July 4. The keys had been left inside the vehicle worth $8,000.
■ Saks Fifth Avenue on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported a major theft on July 9th. A man allegedly stole various designer belts worth $1,500.
■ Best Buy on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported on July 7 that two men took an ATX Mid Tower computer case off the shelf and ran from the store. The item was appraised at $155.
■ Saks Fifth Avenue on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station called police to report a July 6 robbery. Three men allegedly entered a fitting room with eight Versace men’s garments, concealed them under their own clothes and walked out of the store. The merchandise was valued at $2,675.
■ A shoplifter was reported at Key Food on Indian Head Road in Kings Park on July 6. A woman allegedly stole an assortment of food items worth $80.
■ Bed Bath & Beyond on Nesconset Highway in Lake Grove reported a shoplifter on July 6. A man allegedly stole several sets of knives worth $650.
■ The Conoco gas station on Walt Whitman Road in Melville called police on July 7 to report that a man in a white BMW pumped out $53 worth of gas and drove off without paying.
■ A resident of Ross Street in Mount Sinai reported that two men entered his unlocked vehicle on July 7 and stole money.
■ A person who parked his car at Ralph’s Fishing Station on Harbor Beach Road in Mount Sinai on July 6 reported that someone broke into his vehicle and stole a large sum of money.
■ Fetch Doggy Boutique & Bakery on East Main Street in Port Jefferson reported on July 7 that two women stole various dog toys and clothing worth $930.
Port Jefferson Station
■ Kunz Greenhouses on Hallock Avenue in Port Jefferson Station reported that a man allegedly attempted to steal assorted flowers worth $50. Most of the goods have been recovered.
■ Expedition Imports on Middle Country Road in St. James called police on July 4th. Someone stole four rims worth $6,000 and four tires worth $1,000 from a custom 2014 Mercedes B.
■ A shoplifter was reported at Pets Warehouse on Middle Country Road in Selden on July 7. A woman allegedly stole cat food and cat toys worth $70.
■ Target on Middle Country Road in Selden reported petty theft on July 2. A man and a woman allegedly stole a Dyson vacuum cleaner worth $430 and a Ninja air fryer worth $170.
■ The Home Depot on Middle Country Road in Selden reported that three shoplifters allegedly stole 100 copper elbows and hid them in a bin before fleeing. On the same day, two shoplifters allegedly filled two trash cans with copper wire worth $1,263.
■ Long Island Sound Sharks Football & Cheerleading on Defense Hill Road in Shoreham reported that someone broke two padlocks and a steel bracket from a storage container on July 8 and stole various football gear worth $900 . The damaged material was valued at $200.
■ A resident of Dering Road in Sound Beach reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle on July 7 and an assortment of personal items were entered.
— Compiled by Heidi Sutton
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.