Another burglary targets Holbrook business; Suffolk police increase patrols

Yet another burglary at a business in Suffolk County has been caught on camera, and it comes amid increased patrols by Suffolk police.
The latest incident, at Asian Fusion on Furrows Road in Holbrook Sunday morning, is part of a pattern that has been repeated possibly 13 times in recent weeks.
Security camera footage shows a man using a heavy object to break into the restaurant around 6 a.m.
Restaurant owner Tony Liu tells News 12 that the burglar caused a lot of damage inside and took the register which contained cash. Liu says it is the second time this year his restaurant has been burglarized. The previous time was in January.
“It’s going to cost me a couple of thousands of dollars,” Liu says.
Suffolk police have been investigating the pattern, which has struck five businesses in Holbrook and others in Smithtown, Lake Grove, East Setauket, Setauket, Bohemia and Medford
The Lemon Tree on Furrows Road in Holbrook was one of the first stores broken into.
“It’s a really cruddy feeling now that it keeps continuing,” says Anthony Pisani, owner of the Lemon Tree. “You don’t know if they’re coming back.”
Police are working to see if the crimes are connected and are increasing patrols.
Detectives are warning businesses owners to get cameras and good security to protect themselves from thefts.
Anyone with information about the burglaries is urged to call the Suffolk County Tip Line at 1-800-220-TIPS.