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• A 14-foot red Sunfish sailboat with a white stripe and an old New Jersey registration on the starboard side was reported stolen from the beach at Hands Creek Road in East Hampton on June 5. It was taken between June 1 and June 3, according to the police report, and worth about $700.
• Someone rode off on two bikes from the in Montauk on two different days. A white Linus Mike bicycle with a brown leather seat was taken on May 30 at about 12:30 a.m. Police searched the area for the bike, but found nothing. The general manager said the bike is worth about $600. Then, on June 1, an older red Fuji 10-speed bicycle was reported stolen, though it was believed to have been taken on May 31 between 5 and 11 p.m. That bicycle was valued at about $200.
• A man called police to Sandra Road in Springs when he noticed his neighbor's Ford F150 pick-up truck had been broken into on June 5 at about 8:50 p.m. The door was ajar and police said it looked as if someone tapered with the ignition in an attempt to start it.
• Richard Webb, a Town of East Hampton parks and recreation employee, reported that a tennis net post at the courts on South Erie Street was damaged sometime between June 1 and June 4. It appeared that someone had intentionally pushed in and bent the post where it was rusted. It will cost about $200 to replace, the police report said.
• The owner of a food truck at in Montauk reported his 1967 Airstream trailer was spray-painted and two tires were deflated sometime between June 1 and 8. He estimated the damage to be about $150.
• About 20 yards of sand were taken from a property on Merrill's Road in Amagansett on June 7. Police said it appeared a backhoe removed the sand, which had just been purchased and put down about a month ago.
• A pair of custom Ray Band sunglasses and an iPhone were stolen from inside a car that was parked on Holly Oak Avenue in East Hampton on the night of June 8. Police searched for the iPhone because AT&T said they were picking up a signal for it in the immediate area.