An estimated $1,600 worth of teeth whitening strips were stolen from the Port Chester on Monday, according to Port Chester police.
The store manager reported to police that a man entered the store about 6:30 p.m. and went to an aisle containing the Crest products. Police said the man put 33 boxes of the whitening strips in a bag and left the store without paying.
No arrest has been made yet in the theft.
Car windows broken
Passenger-side windows on two cars parked on South Main Street were broken early Wednesday, according to Port Chester police.
A village police officer was flagged down about 2:36 a.m. Tuesday at 8 S. Main St., where the owners of two cars reported vandalism to their vehicles. Although two windows were smashed, nothing was apparently taken from the cars.
Party tries to skip out on restaurant tab
A manager of in Port Chester complained to police that a party at the restaurant left without paying a $238 bill at 1 a.m. Thursday.
Police said they were able to find three members of the party, who then returned to the restaurant and paid $189 of the tab.
$70 taken from car
A 24-year-old resident of Smith Street in Port Chester told police Thursday that someone went into his car and stole $70 from his wallet.
Police said the wallet was taken from a 2011 Hummer and was found in the bushes of 65 Smith St. The Hummer was not damaged.