CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. New Castle Police responded to two acts of larceny in the last week, with both taking place in Mt. Kisco. On September 5, the police were summoned to Byram Lake Road as a piece of artwork was stolen. The incident is currently under investigation and there are no suspects. On the first of the month, police were dispatched to Old Roaring Brook Road to investigate the robbery of jewelry. There is an investigation currently into the incident and there are no suspects.
Also Found in the Police Blotter:
9/1: Police were called for larceny of a credit card on Saw Mill River Road. There is an investigation into the matter and there are no suspects.
8/30: The police were sent to Pondfield Drive in Chappaqua on account of an identity theft. There are no suspects.
8/30: A car was keyed on South Greeley Avenue in Chappaqua next to the Citi Bank, which brought the police to the scene. There are no suspects.
8/29: Police were called to Ossining as a lawnmower was stolen from a property on Vails Lane. There are currently no suspects.
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