Police allege a teenager stole multiple all-terrain vehicles in Huntington Station.
Officers recovered several of the ATVs on Wednesday while responding to a call from someone who claimed to have observed his stolen vehicle on West Pulaski Road near New York Avenue that afternoon, the Suffolk County Police Department said. Detectives investigated and recovered five stolen ATVs, three of which were reported stolen in the Huntington area.
Of the remaining two vehicles, one was stolen from West Islip and the other from Nassau County.
According to police, a sixth ATV was impounded for further investigation. It was not clear where it came from.
Timothy Flythe, a 17-year-old Huntington Station resident, allegedly possessed the stolen property. Police charged him with criminal possession of stolen property — one count in the third degree and four counts in the fourth-degree.
Attorney information for Flythe was not available Thursday morning on the New York State court system’s online database.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact detectives at 631-854-8252.