Rifles, generators, gas, electronics. All were items reported stolen in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy after it hit Oct. 29.
Suffolk County police said the Camp-Site Sport Shop in Huntington Station was broken into Oct. 30 and eight rifles were stolen.
In recent weeks, a story, perhaps apocryphal, has circulated throughout Huntington about a homeowner discovering that a lawn mower rigged to run to cover the theft of a running generator.
An Oklahoma tree-removal service said tires and hoses were slashed and diesel fuel siphoned after it did work in Huntington last week.
Homeowners in West Hills said a man using a cellphone and walking through the neighborhood on Oct. 29 was assumed to be a utility worker. But then items, including a $3,500 generator that was chained to an auto, disappeared from garages and backyards.
What about you? Did you experience any thefts after the storm?