Nassau County Police reported three burglaries in Syosset within one week. Break-ins were reported not in peoples' homes, but at stores and religious houses.
Syosset Beverage was broken into through the front glass door, but nothing was taken. Two days later, Berger Brothers camera store was burglarized, but nothing was stolen. The perpetrator who attempted to break in had apparently cut a hole in a wall, said police.
In addition, St. Edward the Confessor was burglarized, having cash, gift cards, and candy stolen.
The Second Precinct reported the following burglaries:
- Sept. 10: Burglary; Miller Place, Levittown; assorted jewelry stolen.
- Sept. 10: Burglary; Whelan Place, Seaford; assorted jewelry, laptop, camera stolen.
- Sept. 10: Burglary; Overlook Court, Lattingtown; gold Rolex watch, gold locket stolen.
- Sept. 10: Burglary; Syosset Beverage, Syosset; front door glass broken, nothing stolen.
- Sept. 12: Burglary; Berger Brothers, Syosset; hole cut through adi wall, nothing stolen,
- Sept. 15: Burglary; St. Edward the Confessor, Syosset; candy, gift cards, cash stolen.
- Sept. 15: Burglary; United Methodist Church, Hicksville; damage to safes, nothing stolen.
- Sept. 17: Burglary; Hempstead Turnpike, Bethpage; front door pried, nothing stolen.
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