The Major Case Squad reports the details of a Grand Larceny that occurred at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, July 7, 2023, in Hicksville.According to Detectives, the 59-year-old female victim was contacted by an unknown male subject that alleged to be a bail bondsman. He told the victim that her sister had been arrested after her involvement in an auto accident that had caused injuries to a pregnant female. The subject requested $15,500. 00 USC from the victim for her sister’s bail. The victim complied and withdrew the money from her bank. A driver went to her house and retrieved the money. One hour later the victim received another phone call, this time from an unknown male who claimed he was a court officer. He requested the victim provide $27,000.00 USC as civil compensation for the pregnant female from the auto accident having a miscarriage. The victim again complied with this request and withdrew the funds from her bank. A short time later a driver came to retrieve the money. The victim later realized this was a scam and contacted Nassau County Police. The investigation is ongoing.The Nassau County Police Department urges the community to be on alert and to remind vulnerable family members, friends, and neighbors about potential scams or frauds.Detectives request that if anyone has information regarding the above crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1 – 800 -244 – TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.