Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the :
• A Mastic man reported June 10 that he motorcycle went missing after he left it parked in front of Tide Runners in Hamptons Bays for 10 minutes with the keys in the vehicle. The theft was captured on video, in which a man in a blue shirt and black jeans walked up to the bike, looked around, put on a helmet, dropped a second helmet and backpack on the ground, and drove off.
• A Patchogue maintenance worked reported June 9 that his motorcycle was stolen after it stalled on the service road of Highway 27 near Exit 66 in Hampton Bays and he left it there to find a gas station.
• A Hampton Bays man reported June 5 that his pool service called him to say that his $6,000 pool heater had gone missing. The owner said he last saw the pool heater in October 2011, and it was left under a tarp since then.
• The owner of Hamptons Bays Wine & Spirits reported June 1 that an employee has stolen $1,500 worth of liquor by opening an account on credit within the store without her consent or knowledge.
• The co-owner of Rumba reported June 7 that he catered an event for a Manhattan man for $34,000, but the man provided a MasterCard with insufficient funds, then a check that bounced. The man has stopped answering phone calls and refuses to pay, according to the owner.
• A Southampton man reported June 6 that two laptops were stolen from his home. A burglar possibly entered the residence through an unlocked second story kitchen door, according to the incident report.
• An East Moriches carpenter reported to police on June 8 that someone stole several items from a job site in Remsenburg, including a Makita compressor, Senco nailgun, pocket jig, bits clamps and an air hose.
• A Noyac woman reported June 6 that over the course of the last year several pieces of clothing and nicknacks had gone missing from her home, and in the past six months she started to discover jewelry and more expensive clothing going missing.
• A Noyac woman reported June 7 that someone stole two Bose speakers worth approximately $500 from a work bench in her garage
• A Westhampton woman reported that a platinum gold bracelet with diamonds, a Tommy Hilfiger travel bag, a brown wool jacket with a diamond pin, a pair of gold earrings, an empty black wallet, a box of unused legal pads and an antique mother-daughter print were stolen from her home. There were no signs of forced entry reported.