A number of vehicles in Hastings-on-Hudson were broken into Wednesday night into Thursday, according to the Police Department.
Police received five calls from residents of Dorchester, South Clinton Avenue and Ashley Road beginning at 7:32 a.m. August 22 reporting the larcenies.
According to the first caller, a Dorchester Avenue resident, an iPod, Oakley sunglasses and a Swiss Army knife were taken from an unlocked Honda between 12:15 and 7:15 that morning.
A second caller, of South Clinton Avenue, reported an iPod and its connected were missing from her Chrysler. The woman said her car was locked at the time, but police did not observe any signs of forced entry into the vehicle.
A patrol officer reported noticing a second vehicle on the street with its door open. After contacting the owner, police noted a Tom Tom GPS system and loose change were missing from the vehicle. The owner said his car had been locked at the time.
At 2:02 p.m. Thursday afternoon, a Dorcester Avenue resident said her Honda CRV had been broken into while parked in her driveway overnight. She said the unlocked car was missing sunglasses, loose change and possibly a camera had gone missing.
Finally, a 2:50 p.m. caller told police her vehicle, parked in an Ashley Road driveway, was missing three pairs of sunglasses that were inside the glove compartment the day prior.