A Greenport man reported that more than $2,400 worth of items were stolen from his house on Friday, according to a police report.
The Sixth Avenue resident told police around 9:30 p.m. that a $2,000 MacBook Air, $300 hard drive, $40 pullup bar, $80 dumbbells and $100 window were taken, the report stated.
• Someone entered the home of a Greenport man and stole a $200 flat-screen television, according to a police report filed Saturday night.
The Washington Avenue resident called police around 10:50 p.m. and reported that someone entered his house by removing a screen from the rear window, police said. The unknown person then removed his 40-inch Sharp television from its stand in the living room.
Nothing else was disturbed, he told police. An investigation is ongoing.
• A Southold man told police his bicycle was stolen outside a Southold store Friday and replaced with a different bicycle.
The man left his $200 bicycle in front of North Fork Roasting Company on Route 25 around 10:55 a.m., according to a police report. Upon returning, he found that someone took his bicycle and left another one in its place.
A witness told police she saw a male in his 40s swapping the bicycles, the report stated. An investigation is ongoing.
• A Greenport man reported $300 cash stolen from his office last Thursday, according to a police report.
The Fourth Avenue resident called police around 4:40 p.m. to report the cash stolen from his Ninth Street workplace, police said.
No other information was immediately available.
• A $179 bicycle was stolen from a Greenport residence Sunday night, according to a police report.
A South Street resident called police Monday around 2:30 p.m. to report that someone took his green Huffy bicycle overnight, police said.
• Two electric fire wells in East Marion were vandalized last week by a shotgun blast and graffiti, according to a police report.
An East Marion firefighter called police around 2:30 p.m. Monday to report the wells at Cove Beach Estates on Main Road were damaged, according to the report. The wells suffered damage from a shotgun slug, the glass on both meters was broken and the boxes were substantially damaged.
One box had graffiti written on it, police said, including the word “nateballs” and a stenciled image of a gas mask, the report stated. Police are unsure as to the value of the damage.
An investigation is ongoing.