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Car Break-Ins Continue in Nassau

Part I of Nassau County Crime roundup.

Car break-ins have proved to be a continuing trend in Nassau County.

A total of 20 burglaries from cars were reported in the past week across the area, reported Nassau County Police.

Thieves targeted cars across the county with victims reporting many of the incidents overnight and in the evening hours. Victims lost GPS units, laptops, tires, tire rims, and even auto parts in the burglaries.

In several instances, cars were left unlocked on both residential streets and commercial parking lots, police confirmed.

Also reported were several instances of license plate thefts, with five incidents reported in Mineola, Levittown, Syosset, and Oyster Bay.

The following information was reported by Nassau County Police:

  • April 6: Hofstra University, Uniondale; GPS stolen from unlocked parked car.
  • April 9: Barrow Auto Body, Mineola; license plates stolen from victim's parked car.
  • April 9: Farmer Boy Farmers Market, Levittown; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 10: Dunkin Donuts, East Meadow; items stolen from parked car that had its window open.
  • April 10: Town & Country Motors, Levittown; license plates stolen from cars over the course of the previous week.
  • April 10: Syosset LIRR parking lot; license plates stolen from parked car.
  • April 10: North Corona Avenue, Valley Stream; auto parts removed and stolen from parked car.
  • April 10: West Henrietta Avenue, Oceanside; items stolen from unlocked parked car.
  • April 10: Herbert Avenue, Elmont; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 10: LA Fitness, North New Hyde Park; items stolen from unlocked parked car.
  • April 11: Stew Leonard's Liquor Store, Carle Place; laptop stolen from parked car.
  • April 11: Summers Street, Oyster Bay; license plates stolen from parked car.
  • April 12: Meadow Lane, Seaford; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 12: Chelsea Street, Elmont; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 14: Wynsum Avenue, Merrick; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 14: Clocks Boulevard; Massapequa; tires and rims stolen from parked car.
  • April 14: Garden Street, New Cassel; gas tank damaged on parked car.
  • April 15: Longacre Avenue, Woodmere; items stolen from parked car.
  • April 15: Richard Lane, Syosset; license plates stolen from parked car.
  • April 15: Monroe Avenue, Bayville; items stolen from unlocked parked car.
Laura April 19, 2014 at 04:50 PM
Some wigger is wearing the Mercedes emblem around his neck. LBPD doesn't take reports of theft if its insured. They suck.
Misty April 19, 2014 at 08:44 PM
I would think that you would need a police report for the insurance company. No?
Hamburger April 19, 2014 at 09:03 PM
Wigger? What does that mean?
Eddie April 20, 2014 at 08:46 AM
Wigger is what Laura is.

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