Police on Wednesday were seeking two men who have been seen prying open ATMs mounted outside businesses from the Lower East Side to Chelsea and sometimes making off with cash.
Police are investigating an attempted ATM theft in Cranford, New Jersey.
Police on Friday were searching for a woman who they believe has been swiping wallets form elderly women on the Upper East Side, and fraudulently using their credit cards.
A parking enforcement officer in Mount Kisco has admitted to clearing the quarters out of the parking meters and taking some of them for himself – in a scheme that went on for over five years.
Police on Saturday were asking the public for help in finding a burglar who struck two high-end boutiques on the Upper East Side.
Two women were arrested and charged Monday, in connection with a string of thefts in Queens in which they allegedly used a small child to steal wallets and other items.
A Queens man has been charged with stealing dozens of catalytic converters from vehicles on Long Island, including nine vans for the transport of developmentally disabled adults.
Police have arrested and charged a man who allegedly scammed and stole from elderly residents of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
Three teenage boys have been arrested for allegedly stealing packages from homes on Long Island.
A hidden battle is being waged over smartphones. Last year, more than 1.5-million Americans had their devices stolen but some companies are against a simple solution.
At least nine break-ins from Wednesday night through early Thursday morning were reported within a small area, according to Stamford Police Chief Jon Fontneau.
Some New Yorkers have been waking up to find the wheels missing from their cars, and owners of foreign models have been the most frequent targets.
A wheelchair-bound man was in police custody Saturday morning, accused of stealing wallets and purses from guests at high-end Manhattan restaurants and hotels.
Some strange thieves reportedly have been targeting the men’s room at a bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn – stealing items that seemingly no one would even care to touch.
Police Tuesday were asking for the public’s help in finding three suspects wanted in connection with 12 different thefts in Queens.