East Hampton Village
A PCH Builders construction sign disappeared from the grounds of 178 Further Lane at some point over the past month.
A pool care company was ticketed last Thursday for draining a pool onto public property at Georgica and Cross Roads.
Late one night, an elderly resident of Egypt Close reported a prowler with a flashlight in her yard. Police concluded that what she’d seen was her neighbor turning on his lights.
An iPad in a case was found on the steps outside of the Scoop Beach shop on Saturday morning and turned over to the police. The owner, a Sag Harbor man, claimed the device later that morning.
A woman who lives on Kopka Court told police she had dropped $500 in cash on Newtown Lane somewhere near the Golden Pear last Thursday afternoon.
A man asking odd questions of a clerk at BCBG on Main Street alarmed the woman enough that she called the police, reporting that he was “acting very strangely, asking weird questions about the clothing in the store.” She asked the man to leave, which he did.
A man found a mountain bicycle last week in a wooded area off Gingerbread Lane. He turned it over to the police.
On Friday, a vandal smashed a rear window of a car parked on Lumber Lane.
Three surfboards, several wetsuits, and a Cannondale mountain bike were stolen from a South Endicott Place house between Sept. 15 and Sept. 20. The surfboards were three different makes: a Rusty, a Carameico, and a Dakine. Heather Kane put the total value of the missing items at almost $3,000.
A house on Harbor Boulevard was burglarized last Thursday, during the day. Matthew Beres told police he’d arrived home at 4 p.m. and found the front door unlocked, though it had been locked that morning when his wife left. The bedroom was rifled. Two gold watches, other jewelry, and a coin collection were stolen.