Two of nearly a dozen burglaries reported last week were committed in Farmingdale, cops said this week.
Nassau County Police reported 11 burglaries, most in residential areas, in and around Plainview within one week.
Homes on Maynard Drive and Lee Drive in Farmingdale were burglarized, police said. Hunting knives and copper piping were among items reported stolen in those incidents.
Jericho saw a spike in burglaries compared to usual numbers. The neighborhood that has the occasional break-in saw three in one week.
The Second Precinct reported the following burglaries:
- Feb. 10: Burglary; Virginia Avenue, Plainview; credit card with unauthorized charges.
- Feb. 12: Burglary; Staples, Jericho; laser printer stolen.
- Feb. 12: Burglary; Opal Drive, Plainview; jewelry, medications stolen.
- Feb. 13: Burglary; Kuhl Avenue, Hicksville; assorted watches stolen.
- Feb. 15: Burglary; Maynard Drive, Farmingdale; copper piping stolen.
- Feb. 15: Burglary; Brittle Lane, Hicksville; attempted burglary in second floor window, nothing taken.
- Feb. 17: Burglary; Phoenix Comics, Hicksville; comics and figurines stolen.
- Feb. 18: Burglary; Lee Drive, Farmingdale; hunting knife, Blackberry stolen.
- Feb. 18: Burglary; Madison Avenue, Jericho; rear window pried, nothing taken.
- Feb. 19: Burglary; El Dorado Boulevard, Plainview; Gucci shoes, Movado watch, iPhone stolen.
- Feb. 19: Burglary; Elias Hicks House, Jericho; rear window break, nothing taken.
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