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Car Vandalism Continues, but Numbers Drop

Police report four cars damaged near Farmingdale; less than last week.

Car Vandalism Continues, but Numbers Drop

Reports of car vandalism dropped in the Farmingdale area last week, cops said.

According to Nassau County Police, four incidents of car vandalism were reported in the Second Precinct last week, with just two reported in the northern side of the precinct.

Cars in Syosset, Westbury, and Levittown were targeted by vandals in both residential and commercial areas. Three of the four cars were scratched, while a car in Levittown was reportedly found with slashed tires.

Read last week's report on car vandalism in the Farmingdale area here.

Incidents last week were also tamer than recent reports where police said cars had broken windshields and in one case, dog feces smeared on victims' cars.

  • March 5: Criminal mischief; Syosset Medical Building; scratches on car.
  • March 7: Criminal mischief; Tri County Flea Market, Levittown; tires punctured on car.
  • March 9: Criminal mischief; Sycamore Lane, Levittown; car scratched.
  • March 11: Criminal mischief; Westwood Drive, Westbury; car scratched.

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