Wave the banners and raise the flags, for today is a glorious day! All throughout Suffolk County people are coming together for a one-of-a-kind garage sale.
Have you been looking for a new set of pearl earrings? Interested in acquiring the Playstation 360? Well, join the other enthusiasts at the Smithtown fourth precinct station until 5 p.m. tonight or perhaps schedule in this celebration for Friday evening. Jewelry and electronics will be in high demand and availability at this year’s event, so get ready for some great finds!
Now wait a moment, perhaps I didn't specify- this event is not open to the public. It's being held exclusively for the mugged, the robbed and the burglarized. If you're lucky enough to fall under any of the categories (and live in Suffolk County) then come, come! I’ll provide the live entertainment!
Dazzling promotional handcuff keychains will be hanging everywhere, custom police car stress balls will be bouncing around and you might just find your great grandmother’s treasured locket – right next to your neighbor’s sweet flat screen.
After arresting a few down-and-out criminals, jewelry, electronics and more have been retrieved and the Suffolk County police department hopes to bring the belongings back to their rightful owners. Detectives got down and dirty to figure out that these possessions were stolen from homes in Lake Ronkonkoma, Lake Grove, Farmingville, Holbrook, Holtsville, Commack, Kings Park, Hauppauge and Dix Hills between May and August. So, if you're residence was burglarized, the police invite you to make an appointment today or Friday to view the property and make your claims.
As residents of Suffolk County come out to claim their stolen goods, it's the perfect time to promote a community watch program. Any of our promotional products will do a great job spreading the word that crime rates will go down if the community sticks together, watches out for each other, and reports any suspicious activities.
See something out of the ordinary? Give the cops a call.
Not so sure if that hairy man should be on your neighbor's roof? Create a special crime hotline and give it a ring. Our national safety month giveaways not only offer imprint space for your crime stoppers number but also provide the essential safety information regarding fires and first aid.
A community safety watch in my neighborhood wouldn’t be beneficial to me because I'd constantly be swarmed by police with breaking-and-entering charges. I've grown very skilled at climbing in windows- but maybe it's about time I get a new house key.