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Lynbrook Crime Report, Pt. II: ATM Machine Stolen From Ara Market; Identity Theft

The following information was supplied by the Lynbrook Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.

Case Reports

Petty Larceny: At 11:30am on Dec. 27, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) removed one gold ring, valued at $100, two checkbooks and $280 from their residence at Atria, located at 100 Peninsula Blvd. The total loss is valued at $380.

Petty Larceny: At 10:30am on Dec. 30, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) removed a set of Bose headphones, valued at $90, two (2) pairs of Northface gloves, valued at $70, a Pandora charm bracelet, valued at $200, assorted clothing, valued at $100 and assorted personal paperwork and keys from their 2011 Jeep, which was parked in their driveway of their residence on Oak St. The value of the property is $460.

Identity Theft: At 12:31pm on Dec. 31, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) made two unauthorized charges on their Astoria debit card account. The total amount of the charges is $500.

Identity Theft: At 4:15pm on Dec. 31, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) made numerous unauthorized charges on their Comenity Bank credit card account. The total amount of the charges is $8,059.01.

Lost Property: At 9:00pm on Jan. 2, the complainant reports that their wallet was lost in the vicinity of McDonald’s, located at 121 Merrick Rd. The wallet contained their NYS driver’s license, Visa credit card and NYC taxi license. The total loss is $38.

Burglary: At 8:15am on Jan. 5, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) broke the glass front door of their business, ARA Market Inc. located at 186 Hempstead Ave. The complainant found the ATM machine which was located inside his business missing. The ATM machine is valued at $2,000 and contained $1,900. The total amount of loss is $4,500. 

For part I of this week's Lynbrook Crime Report, click here. 

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