Peekskill man charged with “dozens” of car larcenies



PEEKSKILL – A Peekskill man is was arrested Wednesday on charges that he is responsible for a string of larcenies from vehicles throughout the City of Peekskill over the past weekend.
Tyler Daniel, 24, was taken into custody at his Constant Avenue home. He is believed to have stolen thousands of dollars in property including credit cards, which he used to purchase goods from several locations. Daniel is being held on one count of criminal possession of stolen property as a felony with additional charges expected to be filed once the case is referred to the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.
Many items recovered from Daniel are being examined with most believed to be proceeds from the larcenies. Police are asking anyone who may have been a victim to contact them in an effort to identify the recovered property.  Anyone with additional information or wishing to contact police to inquire about stolen property is asked to call 914-737-8000.
Police also remind motorists to lock their cars and remove all valuables noting that Daniel targets vehicles that were left unlocked. 

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