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SAG HARBOR — The owner of a home on Harrison Street contacted Village Police on Friday, May 13, to report that his home may be a part of a rental scam on Craigslist. According to the police report, the man said he was contacted by a woman who said his home was listed for rent and that she had a back-and-forth with a man saying his name was Chris who offered a lease agreement for the month of June. No money was exchanged, and the emails were given to police. The woman also contacted Craigslist to let them know this was a scam listing, police said.
SAG HARBOR — On Sunday, May 15, around 6 p.m., a sailboat ran aground off the breakwater. According to police, no one was injured and the owner said he was OK and would move the vessel when the tide rose.
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