Bay Shore Home Invasion Suspects Sought

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Have you seen this Bay Shore home invasion suspect?Suffolk County police are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects who pistol-whipped a woman in a Bay Shore home invasion four months ago.Two masked men armed with handguns broke into a home on Lockwood Road, where they demanded money from a woman and threatened to harm six children ages 7 to 15 that were also inside at 10 p.m. Nov. 27, police announced Sunday.One of the suspects pistol-whipped the woman before the duo fled with electronics and the victim’s debit card.One of the men was caught on camera using the stolen debit card inside Spin City Laundromat on Straight Path in Wyandanch shortly later. Police released an image from that surveillance camera in case someone might recognize him.The case came before a string of 13 armed home invasions in Suffolk County in a six-week span in the first two months of this year.The suspects were described as black men with medium builds, the first between 5-feet, 7-inches and 5-feet, 10-inches tall with a medium complexion. The second suspect was described as 6-feet tall with a dark complexion. Both wore all black clothing.Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest.last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter In a bid to show suppor

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterIn a bid to show support for farmers impacted by the drought in Australia, Chimu Adventures has launched an initiative that will see the company donate a bale of hay through Rural Aid for every booking made in August.Chimu Adventures is calling on the rest of the travel industry to follow its lead.“As we are all aware, farmers across Australia are facing one of the worst droughts in history. The price of grain has risen while the price of stock has fallen and rural communities are suffering. The severity of the drought has led us here at Chimu to look into ways in which we can help,” the company said.Rural Aid/Buy a Bale is a registered charity established in 2013. After reading about Queensland farmers who were being forced to destroy their cattle and abandon their land due to the conditions, Charles and Tracy Alder felt compelled to do something. Conversations with agriculture industry groups and a background in marketing led them to establish the fundraising campaign ‘Buy a Bale’ – a tangible way for Australians to help. Since September 2013, the campaign has delivered over 160,000 bales of hay across four states in Australia.$20 buys a bale of hay and contributes to the transportation of it to affected areas. For the month of August, Chimu Adventures will donate one bale of hay for every booking made.As Polar and Latin America specialists, Chimu have supported hundreds of local communities in Latin America through its MAD Project, which aims to empower local communities and help them develop their own infrastructure for the future.Chimu has also run fundraising voyages to the polar regions to raise much needed cash for Australian not-for-profit organisations such as the Mawson’s Huts Foundation, Love Your Sister and The McGrath Foundation.“[We] are thrilled that we can help our travellers to support another local charity such as Rural Aid/Buy a Bale. We urge the rest of the travel industry to do the same and show their support for rural communities in Australia.”See www.chimuadventures.com/en-au/a-bale-a-bookingGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more