Cops: Blank Inspection Stickers Stolen From Flanders Garage

Also, a portable DVD player was stolen from inside a car parked in Flanders.

The following incidents were reported by the Town of Southampton Police Department for the week of Jan. 20.


  • Someone broke into a home office at a residence on Post Street sometime around Jan. 5. According to police the victim called 911 at around 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 13 to report the break in. The victim said nothing was stolen, but the office, which is located on the second floor, was forced into, damaging the door and doorknob. The damage done was valued at less than $250. The victim wished to report the crime for documentation purposes only at this time.
  • Someone broke into a man’s car in Flanders and stole a portable DVD player sometime during the night of Jan. 12. According to police the victim called 911 at around 9 a.m. on Jan. 13 to report the crime, stating that the perpetrator(s) went into his unlocked Ford Taurus while it was parked on Flanders Road. Stolen was a black GPX DVD Player, valued at around $90. Police have no leads or suspects at this time.
  • The owner of the Best Price Auto shop on Riverleigh Avenue in Flanders called police to report that someone stole more than $700 in blank inspection stickers on Jan. 17. According to police the owner said the theft took place sometime the night before and that he has questioned his employees about the crime. New York State Inspection stickers carry a face-value. According to the report, 19 stickers in total were taken. The owner informed police the he would investigate further and report back with whatever information he gathers. The case is still active pending further investigation.


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