The released the following incident reports for the week of Aug. 20.
• Two homeowners on Halsey Lane reported missing sporting goods items on Aug. 5. Two fishing reels, worth $700, two custom fishing rods, worth $350, and a box of assorted lures were stolen from the first house. A fishing pole found near the residence did not belong to the homeowner and led his son-in-law to search around the area, finding items under the bushes on Newman Avenue that turned out to be taken from another Halsey Lane resident. That man, in turn, reported a $500 wakeboard, a $400 compound bow and arrow, and a $100 pellet gun stolen from his garage. A boomerang, police said, was recovered.
• Police said a 52" Samsung flatscreen television, worth $2,600, a $1,500 laptop and a laptop bag were stolen from a house on Midocean Drive on Aug. 16 between 7:20 and 11 p.m. Police observed tracks to a trail out to the beach to an awaiting vehicle.
• A resident at a house on Waters Edge Road said that someone entered the house and took an iPhone 4, worth $300, and a Sony laptop computer, worth $1,500, on Friday sometime between 6 p.m. and midnight. The house was still locked.
• On Sunday, a Weber BBQ and a boat motor were reported stolen from a garage on Pineneck Avenue. The value of the stolen items was in excess of $700, according to the report.
• Detectives were investigating a burglary at a house on Little Neck Road, when they found a neighboring house was also burglarized last week. Coins and small bills had been taken from a bedroom in the first house and computers had been taken from the second house, police said. Both houses had been broken into through the back doors with an unknown tool.
• A 50" RCA flatscreen television, assorted gold jewelry, a Bianchi bicycle and silver were reported stolen from a house on Bathing Beach Road. Police said the burglary could have occurred between July 29 and Aug. 18, when it was reported. Police said they found beer bottles and tequila at the scene.
• A Sony flatscreen 40" television, worth $1,500, and a Mac 15" desktrop computer of unknown value, were stolen from a house on Little Noyac Path. The homeowner found the sliding door open on Aug. 13. Unknown pry tool had been used, police said.
• An alarm company notified police of an activation on Sunday afternoon at a house on Deerfield Road, which police believed had been burglarized. A K-9 unit was called in, but the burglar was not located. The report indicated it was undetermined if anything was taken from the house.