The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:
■ A man and woman walked into HomeGoods on Henry Street in Commack on May 20 and allegedly stole an assortment of bedding worth $320.
■ Bunty’s jewelry on Commack Road in Commack was broken into on May 16 and over $3,000 worth of jewelry was stolen. Entry was gained by breaking into the back door.
■ A target located on the Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack reported a shoplifting on May 15th. A man allegedly stole five printers worth $1,265.
■ A 2010 Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab was stolen from Walmart’s parking lot on Crooked Hill Road in Commack on May 15. The vehicle was valued at $15,000.
■ HomeSense on Henry Street in Commack reported petty theft on May 15th. Two women allegedly stole nine sets of window curtains worth $450.
■ ShopRite on Garet Place in Commack reported that two men loaded three shopping carts with assorted food items and allegedly left the store without paying. The items were valued at $1500.
■ A 2019 Mercedes Benz worth $30,000 was stolen from the driveway of a Gray Birch Court residence in Dix Hills on May 20. The car had been left unlocked with the keys inside.
■ Walmart on Nesconset Highway reported petty theft on May 20. Two women allegedly filled a basket with miscellaneous items worth about $500 and walked out of the store without paying.
■ A 2020 BMW X7 worth $90,000 was stolen from the driveway of a residence on Milemore Drive on May 17. The key fob had been left inside the vehicle.
■ Staples on West Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station called police on May 20 to report a man and woman allegedly stole an Epson EcoTank printer worth $550 and an HP Smart Tank printer worth $460 $.
■ Louis Vuitton on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station reported a shoplifter on May 20. A woman allegedly stole a purse worth $2,370.
■ Flynn-Aire Heating and Air Conditioning on Indian Head Road in Kings Park called police to report that four work vehicles were broken into on May 17. Rear windows were smashed to gain entry and tools worth $20,000 were stolen.
■ Dick’s Sporting Goods at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported that two women and a man stole matching Nike clothing worth $880.
■ A woman shopping at Trader Joe’s on Nesconset Highway in Lake Grove on May 19 reported that an unknown person stole her purse containing credit cards and cash in her basket.
■ DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse on Middle Country Road in Lake Grove called police on May 18 to report a man and woman stole various sneakers and shoes worth around $250.
■ Macy’s of the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported petty theft on May 17. Two women and a man allegedly stole 15 miscellaneous items of clothing worth $985.
■ A resident of Apricot Lane in Mount Sinai reported that someone broke into his unlocked vehicle on May 17 and stole sunglasses and miscellaneous items worth $250.
■ A woman visiting Heritage Park on Mount Sinai-Coram Road in Mount Sinai on May 18 reported that her purse containing credit cards and cash had been stolen from her car. Someone attempted to use the credit cards at a local Walmart shortly thereafter.
Port Jefferson Station
■ Family Dollar on Route 112 at Port Jefferson Station reported petty theft on May 21. Three men and a woman allegedly stole various items worth $50.
■ A Kelsey Avenue resident at the Port Jefferson train station reported that someone cut the padlock from his garden shed and stole power tools worth about $600 on May 21.
■ Verizon Wireless on Nesconset Highway at Port Jefferson Station reported that a man allegedly stole an iPhone 13 Pro worth around $1,000 by cutting the security cable on May 19.
■ A resident of Homestead Avenue at the Port Jefferson train station called police to report that someone entered his unlocked vehicle on May 19 and stole $120 of property.
■ TJ Maxx on Nesconset Highway at Port Jefferson Station reported petty theft on May 20. A man and a woman allegedly stole an assortment of bedding and men’s clothing worth $400.
■ Kohl’s on Route 25A in Rocky Point reported a shoplifting on May 14th. A woman allegedly stole matching clothes worth approximately $430.
■ A resident of Elmwood Avenue in Selden called police on May 21 to report that someone had stolen a Ring Home security camera from his porch.
■ A lawnmower and tools worth approximately $200 were stolen from the backyard of a residence on Mooney Pond Road in Selden on May 16.
■ Target on Pond Path in South Setauket reported a shoplifter on May 19. A man allegedly stole a Keurig coffee maker worth $110 and eight assorted toys worth $210.
■ Stop & Shop on Pond Path in South Setauket called police on May 18 to report a shoplifter. A man allegedly placed 30 miscellaneous food items in his basket and walked out of the store without paying. The merchandise was valued at $325.
■ A man allegedly stole copper wire worth $765 from Home Depot on Pond Path in south Setauket on May 16.
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