Cops seek help finding Sayville larceny suspects

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Suffolk police Wednesday asked the public's help in identifying a man and a woman who brought a young girl to accompany them while shoplifting $1,200 in Prada and Lagerfeld sunglasses from a Sayville shop. Full Story
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DWW

South Plainfield, NJ

#1 Apr 8, 2009
Them were framed... It was the lilly white folk who stole dem dere glasses.
DWW

South Plainfield, NJ

#2 Apr 8, 2009
I can't use the word *FOLK*?

ND blows
Pete

Smithtown, NY

#3 Apr 8, 2009
This is an old trick that has been used by these people for a very long time. They enter a store with a small child knowing that if they get caught , the store will be reluctant to prosecute them in the presence of the child. Another trick is to scream and create a scene in the hopes that the store would just rather forget the whole incident. These people know no shame at all and as long as they keep reproducing enmasse, on the taxpayers dime, incidents like these will be more and more frequent on L.I. Does any one notice how these lowlife bloodsuckers are creeping ever eastward on Long Island? Don't blame the Nassau or Suffolk P.D.'s. Their hands are tied by increasingly elected politically correct spineless politicians.
Snotsliver

Mineola, NY

#4 Apr 8, 2009
Thank goodness it happened in sayville..more south shore trash acting like trailer trash. As long as the low-lives are south of the gold coast, i couldnt care less what happens!
SUSPECTS SOUGHT

Cary, NC

#8 Apr 8, 2009
I would recommend starting in Central Islip, and head west.
America Sucks Now

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Apr 8, 2009
The usual suspects...
wow

Patchogue, NY

#11 Apr 8, 2009
Nothing like doing some stealin with Grandma and Grandpa. It might actually be great great grandma and grandpa...
Pete

Smithtown, NY

#12 Apr 8, 2009
America Sucks Now wrote:
The usual suspects...
Yes, this writer is correct about the usual suspects. I salute you for telling the truth,even though the truth is not very nice.
DWW

South Plainfield, NJ

#13 Apr 8, 2009
wow wrote:
Nothing like doing some stealin with Grandma and Grandpa. It might actually be great great grandma and grandpa...
Bahhahahaha... Well played.
Wait A Minute

Stony Brook, NY

#14 Apr 8, 2009
I just had a couple of real beauties, a man and a woman with a little girl dressed in a pink jacket come to my front door a few weeks ago.

The man had a camera around hanging his neck. I thought that was extremely suspicious. The little girl ploy didn't work with me. I grew up in the city, we're taught to know better.

I wasn't expecting anyone and didn't open the door or call out who is it. I stayed away from the windows.

I waited a while and looked through a small opening in one of my window blinds to see if they had left and saw them standing in front of my building with their backs to me. They were all caucasian.

All of a sudden the woman says something to the man. He hands her a piece of paper and pen and she wrote a message on it.

Instead of leaving the message in my mailbox, or slipped into the door frame, she made a bee line straight for my car and put the note under my windshield wiper on the driver's side of the car, and I don't even know who they are and wondered how they knew which car was mine, it gave me the chills, as I was parked at the curb with a lot of other people. After they took off, I waited a while before I went out. Then went out to my car and grabbed the note and took off in my car. The note said, I think I have your keys (yeah right), call me or my husband at and she left two phone numbers. I ran a reverse search on my computer on both phone numbers and the phones were both listed as being in Selden and they were both cell phones. No names, no addresses other than the town.

Needless to say, I have all of my keys. It was probably an attempt at a home invasion.

In short, never trust anyone, even those with small children. The adults may be using the children as a way to let your guard down.

Also, don't let a person's skin color fool you. Don't let the fact that someone has an offical looking uniform on fool you either.
Pete wrote:
This is an old trick that has been used by these people for a very long time. They enter a store with a small child knowing that if they get caught , the store will be reluctant to prosecute them in the presence of the child. Another trick is to scream and create a scene in the hopes that the store would just rather forget the whole incident. These people know no shame at all and as long as they keep reproducing enmasse, on the taxpayers dime, incidents like these will be more and more frequent on L.I. Does any one notice how these lowlife bloodsuckers are creeping ever eastward on Long Island? Don't blame the Nassau or Suffolk P.D.'s. Their hands are tied by increasingly elected politically correct spineless politicians.
DWW

South Plainfield, NJ

#15 Apr 8, 2009
Wait A Minute wrote:
I just had a couple of real beauties, a man and a woman with a little girl dressed in a pink jacket come to my front door a few weeks ago.
The man had a camera around hanging his neck. I thought that was extremely suspicious. The little girl ploy didn't work with me. I grew up in the city, we're taught to know better.
I wasn't expecting anyone and didn't open the door or call out who is it. I stayed away from the windows.
I waited a while and looked through a small opening in one of my window blinds to see if they had left and saw them standing in front of my building with their backs to me. They were all caucasian.
All of a sudden the woman says something to the man. He hands her a piece of paper and pen and she wrote a message on it.
Instead of leaving the message in my mailbox, or slipped into the door frame, she made a bee line straight for my car and put the note under my windshield wiper on the driver's side of the car, and I don't even know who they are and wondered how they knew which car was mine, it gave me the chills, as I was parked at the curb with a lot of other people. After they took off, I waited a while before I went out. Then went out to my car and grabbed the note and took off in my car. The note said, I think I have your keys (yeah right), call me or my husband at and she left two phone numbers. I ran a reverse search on my computer on both phone numbers and the phones were both listed as being in Selden and they were both cell phones. No names, no addresses other than the town.
Needless to say, I have all of my keys. It was probably an attempt at a home invasion.
In short, never trust anyone, even those with small children. The adults may be using the children as a way to let your guard down.
Also, don't let a person's skin color fool you. Don't let the fact that someone has an offical looking uniform on fool you either.
<quoted text>
Paranoid much?

Some people just wreak of stupid.
Al Sharpton

Waukee, IA

#16 Apr 8, 2009
I told you my people are coming..Better lock your doors
Hey Stupid

Stony Brook, NY

#17 Apr 8, 2009
Stupid is opening up your door to complete strangers with a bogus story.

That's not paranoid, that's sadly what this world has become, including on Long Island, where it used to be "safe."

In case you haven't heard, there have been multiple stories, including very recently, about people opening up their front doors to complete strangers only to have them push their way in and do a home invasion. Now that's stupid.
DWW wrote:
<quoted text>
Paranoid much?
Some people just wreak of stupid.
jimbo

Port Jefferson Station, NY

#18 Apr 8, 2009
Hold on now, dem number 52's in Sayville? Who let them in?
gng

East Quogue, NY

#19 Apr 8, 2009
They did it again! Why post these now??? It's a little late, doncha think??
Dan

Nyack, NY

#20 Apr 8, 2009
They're not from Sayville.
Pete

Smithtown, NY

#21 Apr 9, 2009
Dan is right, they are not from Sayville. They come from their own scroungy and dangerous neighborhoods to prey on us simply because there is nothing of worth left to prey upon there. If left on their own to survive they would be eating each other within 2 years. Don't expect them to have any regard for us when they have no respect for each other. Take a close look at the little girl in the photo and you will see it is quite obvious that she too will turn into the same in a few short years of living in the hood.
Yankeesblow

Mineola, NY

#22 Apr 9, 2009
The police aint too bright...They clearly are in Mastic Or Mastic beach hiding in a trailer, more than likely, with a flat tire.
EastIslip

Brooklyn, NY

#23 Apr 13, 2009
Snotsliver wrote:
Thank goodness it happened in sayville..more south shore trash acting like trailer trash. As long as the low-lives are south of the gold coast, i couldnt care less what happens!
Funny...You couldn't afford South Sayville. North Shore Gold coast is in Nassau County. Suffolk north shore is a dump...Port Jefferson, Miller Place, Rocky Point, Wading River...crap areas! lol
Lots of trailer park trash there.
pentimento

Brooklyn, NY

#24 Jun 25, 2009
a large part of the problem on the island is stemming from "north Shore Snotlivers" like you, remember "what goes around Comes around" never say never..........
bet you never did a humane thing in your life
these people could have come from anywhere & may show up a t your prestigous door too
YOU ARE A MORON.......THIS STUFF HAPPENS EVERYDAY, EVERYWHERE

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