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"Special Statement" ...Patchy black ice develops tonight into early Monday... Snow has melted and with temperatures tonight into early Monday expected to fall below freezing across the entire region...the residual moisture will refreeze. This will be first to occur in outlying areas and interior valleys and last to occur within New York City. These patches of black ice will develop tonight into early Monday...creating slippery conditions on surfaces. When traveling...proceed with extra caution and travel more slowly. 512 PM EST sun Jan 15 2017 ...Patchy black ice develops tonight into early Monday... Snow has melted and with temperatures tonight into early Monday expected to fall below freezing across the entire region...the residual moisture will refreeze. This will be first to occur in outlying areas and interior valleys and last to occur within New York City. These patches of black ice will develop tonight into early Monday...creating slippery conditions on surfaces. When traveling...proceed with extra caution and travel more slowly. 512 PM EST sun Jan 15 2017 ...Patchy black ice develops tonight into early Monday... Snow has melted and with temperatures tonight into early Monday expected to fall below freezing across the entire region...the residual moisture will refreeze. This will be first to occur in outlying areas and interior valleys and last to occur within New York City. These patches of black ice will develop tonight into early Monday...creating slippery conditions on surfaces. When traveling...proceed with extra caution and travel more slowly. -- Monday Jan.16 17,05:24 AM

NCPD: Bank Robbery Reported in Carle Place

A Chase bank was robbed on May 30, 2014 in Carle Place.

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Carle Place, NY - May 30, 2014 - The Robbery Squad is investigating a Robbery that occurred Friday, May 30, 2014 at 9:48 am in Carle Place.
 
According to detectives, an unknown male black subject described as being 5’9” tall, 30-40 years of age, black shoulder length wig, black hooded sweat shirt with purple markings on front, dark hat, sun glasses, entered the Chase Bank located at 400 Old Country Road and presented a teller with a written note demanding cash. After obtaining an undetermined amount of US currency the subject fled on foot north on Roosevelt Court. The subject may have entered a side passenger door of a gray sedan. There were 5 employees and no customers present at the time. There were no injuries reported.
 
Detectives request that anyone with information regarding this crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.