The following incidents were reported by Suffolk County Police:
■ Walmart on Middle Country Road in Centereach reported petty theft on January 16. A woman put various clothes in her basket and left the store without paying. The stolen merchandise was valued at approximately $500.
■ A petty theft was reported to Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack on January 10th. A man allegedly stole a coffee machine and matching men’s clothing worth $113.
■ Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack reported a shoplifter on January 12. A man allegedly smashed a display case and stole a Nintendo video worth $300.
■ Home Depot on Jericho Turnpike in Commack reported petty theft on Jan. 15. A man allegedly stole a Milwaukee power tool worth $170.
■ Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack called police on January 16 to report petty theft. A man allegedly stole kitchen appliances worth approximately $550.
■ BJ’s Wholesale Club on Nesconset Highway in East Setauket called police on January 9 at around 4 p.m. to report the theft of merchandise. A man allegedly took seafood from a crate, hid it under his coat and left without paying.
■ Walmart on Nesconset Highway in East Setauket called police Jan. 10 to report stolen merchandise. Two women reportedly walked out of the store with an assortment of household items and tools without paying.
■ A vehicle parked on North Hoffman in Hauppauge was broken into on January 12th. Credit cards and a driver’s license were stolen.
■ A vehicle parked on Devonshire Road in Hauppauge was broken into on 13 January. The suspect smashed the driver’s side window and stole a wallet and a gym bag.
■ Mobile Gas on Wall Street reported that a man pumped $40 worth of gas and left without paying on January 16.
■ Macy’s of Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove reported petty theft on January 9th. A man allegedly stole clothing worth approximately $230.
■ Ulta Beauty on Nesconset Highway in Lake Grove reported shoplifting on January 10 in Lake Grove. A man allegedly stole several bottles of perfume worth approximately $2,000.
■ A burglary was reported at Mayra’s Bakery on Hawkins Avenue in Lake Grove on January 16. A suspect broke a glass door, entered the store and stole the cash drawer from the cash register.
■ Ulta Beauty on Nesconset Highway in Lake Grove reported a shoplifter on Jan. 16. A woman allegedly stole various makeups and perfumes worth approximately $500.
■ A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a 2013 Toyota Tacoma on January 17th. The vehicle had been parked overnight on Belle Terre Road in Port Jefferson from January 16-17.
Port Jefferson Station
■ A Piedmont Drive resident at the Port Jefferson train station reported the theft of a Hiboy Titan electric scooter on January 11th. The scooter was parked in front of the residence when it was stolen.
■ Speedway on Route 112 at Port Jefferson Station reported a burglary on Jan. 14. Strangers broke the lock on the front door with a crowbar and stole tobacco products.
■ ADC Landscaping and Tree Service on Route 25A in Rocky Point reported landscaping equipment stolen from a trailer on the property on January 14th. Items stolen included hedge trimmers, weeders, chainsaws and a backpack leaf blower.
■ Walgreens on Route 25A in Rocky Point called police on January 14 around 2 p.m. to report that two men had purchased various drugstore items and left without paying.
■ A burglary was reported at IHOP on Alexander Avenue in St. James on January 9th. A person broke a window, entered the store and stole money from the cash register.
■ Joe’s Campus Heroes on Middle Country Road in Selden reported a burglary on 8 January. Entrance was gained through a broken glass door and money was stolen.
■ On January 10, Home Depot on Middle Country Road in Selden reported that a man walked out of the store with an assortment of small hand tools without paying.
■ Target on Middle Country Road in Selden reported petty theft on January 16. A man allegedly stole two Dyson vacuum cleaners worth around $760.
■ A resident of Blue Point Road in Selden reported that his Kenworth Northwest tow truck was stolen on January 7 at around 3am. The resident reported that the keys had been left in the truck.
■ Shah’s Halal Food on Middle Country Road in Selden called police on January 11 after a customer allegedly ordered food from the restaurant and left without paying.
■ A woman who parked her car outside Mario’s restaurant on Main Street in Setauket on January 6 returned to her car around 11 p.m. to find the front passenger window had been smashed and a wallet and computer were missing portable.
■ A resident living on Harmony Lane in Setauket reported that an unknown person broke into his unlocked car parked in his driveway on January 7 and stole some money.
■ Victoria Secret at Walt Whitman Stores on Walt Whitman Road in South Huntington reported petty theft on January 16. A woman allegedly stole women’s clothing worth approximately $1,050.
■ Ulta Beauty at Walt Whitman stores on Walt Whitman Road in South Huntington reported a shoplifter on January 16. A man allegedly stole a perfume worth approximately $1,600.
■ Target on Pond Path in South Setauket reported petty theft on Jan. 15. A woman allegedly stole various video game accessories worth approximately $720.
■ Target on Pond Path in South Setauket called police to report a major theft on January 16th. Three men allegedly stole Apple iPads and AirPods worth $3,460.
■ A burglary was reported at Organic Krush on Main Street in Stony Brook on January 7th. A safe, three cash registers and cash were stolen.
■ Long Island Bagel Cafe on Nesconset Highway in Stony Brook reported a burglary on January 10. Access was gained by breaking the glass of the front door. Cash registers and cash were stolen.
■ An unknown person stole two licensed factories from a GMC pickup truck parked on Terryville Road in Terryville on January 10th.
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward for information that leads 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