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SAG HARBOR — On January 17, the driver of a Nissan reported to Sag Harbor Village Police that someone hit his vehicle while it was parked at Main and Bay streets and then left the scene of the accident. Police did not detail how much damage was done to the man’s car.
SAG HARBOR — The owner of a business on Long Wharf called Village Police on January 17 around 5 p.m. to report a fight on the wharf. According to police, the man said he heard a large group of men getting into a fight and that when he went outside, they dispersed. Police canvassed the area but did not find the men in question.
SAG HARBOR — Police were called to a Main Street business on January 22 around 3 p.m. to reports of a teenager taking two bottles of hair products and leaving without paying for them. Police found the teen who said he did not believe he stole the items but may have misplaced them instead of returning them to the shelf. The business owner said they did not want to press charges but did file paperwork with police that prevents the teen from visiting the store again. The teen was brought home to his parents, police said.
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