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Police Report: Larceny and Burglary

Southold Town Police report cases of stolen items this week.

The following information was supplied by the . A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.

A 72-year-old Southold resident reported to police on Thursday at 11:37 a.m. that someone stole $2,700 worth of aluminum irrigation pipe from behind a barn and a custom aluminum dive ladder from within an outbuilding on his property on Horton's Lane sometime between April 1 and April 5, police said. The man told police that he suspected other items also might be missing, and the incident remains under investigation.

A 37-year-old Greenport woman reported to police on April 5 at 3:19 p.m. that someone stole a black bag containing several U.S. birth certificates, immigration paperwork, U.S. Postal money orders, paycheck stubs, medical insurance papers, photocopies of Social Security cards, church receipts, and a marriage certificate from a 2007 Nissan SUV parked outside her Eight Street home in the village sometime between April 3 at 4 p.m. and April 4 at 2:30 p.m., police said. The missing items totalled about $910. No forced entry to the vehicle was found, police reported.

A 51-year-old employee of reported to police on Sunday at 1:54 p.m. that a 43-year-old patient of the hospital escaped from the psychiatric treatment ward that same day, police said. An officer on the case located the woman walking on South and Main Streets in Greenport, transported her back to the hospital, and, upon her arrival, hospital staff members found that she was in possession of a few bags that she did not have when she first arrived, police said. The bags contained a GPS system, a Motorola portable radio, a DVD player, a projector, an emergency mask, a stethoscope, a stuffed animal, a Mets jacket and several U.S. coins. When questioned, the woman said that she found all of the property along the side of the road. Police later determined that the radio belonged to a member of the .

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