Rockville Centre crime watch; Week of Oct. 4
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A resident of Jackson Street, Hempstead reported on Sept. 23 that someone stole two Social Security cards and $140 from her wallet while at Best Western, located at 173 Sunrise Highway, Rockville Centre.
A resident of Evelyn Avenue, East Meadow reported the same day that someone stole her iPhone, valued at $800, from an outdoor table at Cabo, 3A N. Park Ave., Rockville Centre.
The next day, a resident of N. Village Avenue, Rockville Centre reported that someone stole his 2002 Cannondale SV400 mountain bicycle valued at $800 from the bicycle rack on his 1996 Chevrolet while it was parked in front of his residence.
A resident of Old Mill Court reported on Sept. 20 that someone used her stolen Citibank MasterCard debit card to make deposits and withdrawals resulting a loss of $959.52.
Police personnel responded to 7 S. Park Avenue, Rockville Centre on Sept. 18 for a reported unattended suspicious package. NCPD ESU responded to assist and investigation resulted in no further police action being necessary.
A resident of Lincoln Avenue, Rockville Centre reported on Sept. 17 that the passenger side door to her 1999 Honda was damaged by unknown means while parked in Municipal Parking Field 4.
A resident of Garfield Avenue, West Hempstead reported on Sept. 18 that the rear window of her 2007 Honda was damaged by unknown means while at Sunrise Highway and Yorktown Street, Rockville Centre.
A resident of Judson Place, Rockville Centre reported on the same day that a tree limb damaged his 2010 Jeep while it was parked on Judson Place.
A resident of Park Lane, Franklin Square reported on Sept. 21 that his 2011 Mercedes Benz was damaged by unknown means while it was parked in front of 40 S. Park Ave., Rockville Centre.
A resident of Crocker Street, Rockville Centre reported on Sept. 19 that she lost assorted jewelry, valued at $11,000, while parked in front of 530 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre.
The next day, a resident of Nicholas Avenue, Brooklyn reported on Sept. 20 that she drove from the vicinity of 100 Banks Avenue, Rockville centre with a Macbook laptop computer, valued at $1,500, on top of her car, resulting in it becoming lost.