Southampton Town police reported the following incidents on Nov. 25.
• A 2013 black convertible Porsche 911, worth $130,000, was reported stolen from Cold Spring Court on Nov. 23 at about 6:15 a.m. The owner said he may have heard the engine start and his car being driven away, even though he had the keys. The theft may have been caught on video surveillance, and police are still investigating. No word on whether it is directly linked to the string of car thefts from Westhampton to East Hampton that were reported over the summer.
• About $1,265 worth of jewelry was reported stolen from a house on Mary’s Lane on Nov. 19. The victim said three rings were taken sometime between Nov. 11 and 16..
• Over $1,000 in copper wires and pipes were reported stolen from the basement of a North Sea-Mecox Road house between Nov. 13 and 14. The homeowner arrived to find no working water on Nov. 15.
• About 20 pieces of scrap metal and two tractor batteries were stolen from a property on Water Mill Towd Road on Nov. 17. At about 3:45 a.m., a woman awoke to a loud noise outside and looked outside. She saw two or three men and a car in the driveway. One of the men had a flashlight and was loading items into the car. The stolen items were worth about $500.
• A Sag Harbor man who is working on a construction site on Route 114 said $625 worth of tools were taken from inside the house overnight on Nov. 14. A side door had been forced open, police said.
• A Redmax leaf blower was taken from a shed in the back of a house on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike sometime before Nov. 18. The owner last saw it on Nov. 15. The value of the leaf blower was not provided.
• A burglary was reported at house on North Valley Drive in North Side Hills on Nov. 16. The homeowner said the burglary occurred anytime after Sept. 2 and that numerous items were stolen.