The following crimes and suspicious incidents were reported by to Southampton Town Police for points west of the Shinnecock Canal.
- A resident on Dam Trail in Flanders claimed someone broke into their home on Aug. 30. Police were called to the home at around 9:30 p.m. after the victim said whoever broke in forced their way through the front door, damaging it. Stolen was $800 in cash, an XP laptop and miscellaneous coins of unknown value.
- A resident on Felix Avenue in Remsenburg reported that someone had stolen 18 exterior landscape lights from his front yard on Aug. 31. Police were called to the home at around 10:45 a.m. The victim noted that whoever stole the copper light fixtures had cut the wiring that connected them in multiple places and then ripped the fixtures out of the ground. The light fixtures were of undetermined value, but the victim estimated it would cost roughly $3,000 to replace the lights and re-bury the snipped electric lines.
- Someone reportedly stole an air conditioner from a resident’s property on Seashore Avenue in East Quogue on Aug. 28. According to police, the crime took place that day at some point between 8:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. The victim reported that the air conditioner was lying on the ground near the garage door. Police requested extra patrols in the area.
- Police responded to a burglary on Head of Cove Road in Hampton Bays on Aug. 25. According to police the victim claimed that at some point between 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. someone had entered their home and stole a $2,000 wedding band and $2,000 in cash from a pocketbook.
- A resident on Wauhope Road in Hampton Bays called police at around 10:30 p.m. on Aug. 24 to report her car had been broken into. According to the report, at some point between Aug. 23 and Aug. 24 someone opened the victim’s unlocked car, which had been parked in the driveway, and stole a Garmin GPS, a $100 bill and $40 in change. Police have requested extra patrols in the area.
- Someone reportedly broke into a man’s jeep while he was at Road K beach in Hampton Bays on Aug. 27 and stole his GPS. According to police, who received the call at around 4:15 p.m., the victim had parked on Road K and was spending time at the beach. When he returned he noticed the rear passenger window had been smashed with a rock or some other object and his Garmin GPS was missing. The GPS was valued at $250. The investigation is ongoing.