Port Chester police reported several recent incidents around the village:
— A 62-year-old Port Chester man reported that his bicycle was stolen from the Port Chester train station on Friday. The man told police he's been riding his bike to the station and locking it up for six years, but when he went to complete his trip home on Friday the $300 bike was gone. The bike has not been recovered.
- On Monday, a 58-year-old business owner on Irving Avenue reported that he was attacked and pushed into a window of his business when he confronted two men who were fighting outside the business at about 6 p.m. The men were fighting next to the man's pick up truck. Police said that when the business owner intervened, he was punched in the face and pushed into the window, which broke from the impact.
The business, however, did not require medical attention, police said. The two me who were fighting had left the area by the time police arrived.
- The parents of three Port Chester youths, ages 12, 13 and 14, were called by police to pick up the youths after they were found in a 2002 Infinity on Haines Boulevard. Police said the owner of the car spotted the youths in the car when he stepped out of his home.
Police said the car was not damaged and nothing was stolen.