Here's a look at some of the recent incidents investigated by the Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department:
Cars Entered Overnight Two residents reported on September 2 that their vehicles had been broken into overnight.
A Warburton Avenue resident reported at 11 a.m. that a vehicle parked on the street had been entered overnight. Nothing was reported missing, but the vehicle's owner said items had been moved around inside.
A Hillside Avenue resident reported at 1:20 p.m. that an iPad worth $800 and an iPod worth $200 were reported missing from his unlocked vehicle.
On September 3, a Windsor Road resident told police her vehicle was entered sometime between the night of August 31 and evening of September 1. She reported items were moved around, but nothing was missing.
On September 8, a Warburton Avenue resident went into police headquarters and told police his vehicle had been entered sometime between September 5 and that date. He said his radio faceplate, worth $200, was missing.
Stolen Tools A contractor working on High Street reported his tools were stolen from a box that was on the premise of a new home construction site. The miscellaneous tools are collectively worth $3,7000, police reported.
Graffiti A police sergeant reported noticing phallic graffiti at VFW Park at 9 a.m. on September 4. The graffiti was reported on the sidewalk, railing and wall. Police recorded pictures.