Recent crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the Southampton Town Police Department.
• A Sagaponack victim reported Sept. 12 that someone stole her $30,000 Daytona Rolex watch during a Labor Day party that she hosted at her home on Sagg Main Street.
• In Hampton Bays on Sept. 14, a woman who left her disabled vehicle on a street in the upper Red Creek area reported to police that tools and equipment worth $6,500 were taken from the car and a window was smashed. Police are investigating.
• In East Quogue on Sept. 14, a woman on Central Avenue reported that $420 in cash and a calculator were taken from her home after a break-in.
• A Bridgehampton man told police that his home on Lumber Lane was burglarized Sept. 9. His home alarm system was set off, he said, but no items were taken.
• On Sept. 9, a red scooter was stolen from a garage in Noyac on Bay Avenue. The scooter, police said, is a Vespa painted with red flames.
• A Quiogue man who lives on Jennifer’s Path told police Sept. 12 that someone damaged a reflective post on his property. Whoever is responsible for the damage faces a misdemeanor charge of fourth degree criminal mischief.
• In North Sea on Sept. 12, a woman on Andrews Court reported that someone etched the word “Hi” into her home’s wood shingles. She believes it was likely done by local kids.
• A Southampton woman reported Sept. 14 that a pair of sapphire and gold earrings she ordered from Macy’s by mail were stolen from a package that was delivered to her home by USPS. Police believe someone tampered with the mail before it was delivered to her home.
• On Sept. 13, a Flanders woman told police that someone stole a portable basketball pole from her property on Meadow Brook Lane.
• In Westhampton on Sept. 11, a man on Patrick Street reported that $20 in cash was taken from the center console of his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway.
• In Bridgehampton on Sept. 9, a blue Schwinn 10-speed bicycle was reportedly taken from a location on Montauk Highway. The bike is worth $200, the owner said.
• Police said a woman’s purse containing $600 cash was stolen on Sept. 13 from a restaurant in Hampton Bays when the victim left the table to get a drink from the bar.
• In Southampton on Sept. 14, a woman who lives on Hillside Road told police that someone wiped financial and bank information off of her computer’s hard drive. Police believe that the person responsible is someone the victim is involved with in an ongoing lawsuit.
• A West Sayville woman who was visiting a friend on Walnut Avenue in East Quogue early this month reported to police Sept. 12 that someone had let the air out of her car’s tire at that time and loosened the lug nuts. The victim told investigators she believes the tampering is a result of a disgruntled Facebook friend.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• In Bridgehampton on Sept. 10, the driver of a truck on State Route 27 reportedly struck another driver and drove away without exchanging insurance information with the other driver. Police are looking into the matter.