Southampton Town police released the following incident reports for the week of Oct. 14:
• Several items, including expensive jewelry, were stolen from a house on Noyac Path on Oct. 10 between 7:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. A woman said she left her door unlocked so that her friend could drop off a table. A $100 bill, which she had left for the friend, was stolen, along with her $5,000 engagement ring, two $800 wedding bands, and another $5,000 ring.
• More than $5,000 worth of jewelry was reported missing on Oct. 10, five days after it was last seen during a move at a North Bishop Lane house. The owner said she looked for it for four days, but could not find it.
• A Millstone Brook Road house was burglarized and electronics and fishing equipment were stolen from it, according to the homeowner, who called police on Oct. 10 at about 10:20 p.m. A 52-inch Sharp television, a $700 Sony laptop, a $700 Temple Fork fly rod and reel, three spinning rods and reels, worth $645, and a backpack were taken. Police said entry was made through a window that had an air conditioning unit. A shed on the property also appeared to be damaged.
• During a yard sale at a Long View Road house on Oct. 6, an iPhone and charger were taken from inside the house between 3:20 and 3:35 p.m. Together with the phone, case and charger, the victim estimated an $890 loss.
• ATV riders were reportedly seen trespassing on the 10th green and sand bunkers at the Shinnecock Hills Country Club on Tuackhoe Road on Oct. 12 at about 5:30 p.m. The first assistant superintendent said there was no damage to report.
• A man reported his Social Security card, $400 in cash, and the key to his house were stolen from his backpack while he was hanging out with 10 to 12 other people at a house on the Huntington Crossway on Oct. 5. He filed a report on Oct. 7.
• Someone vandalized a vehicle parked in a driveway on the Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Turnpike on Oct. 7 between 1 an 6 a.m. Large scratches were made and black paint was sprayed onto the vehicle.
• A bay window was broken on a house on Winding Way sometime between Oct. 12 or 13. The window will cost $500 to repair, the owner said.
• A North Sea resident said that a package delivered to her house was stolen on Oct. 4. She ordered three decorative signs, worth about $40, and tracking information showed they were delivered on Oct. 4.