Riverhead Police said that the Polish Town Deli was vandalized and burglarized on Sunday night, and are asking the public for information that could lead to an arrest.
According to police, an alarm sounded at the deli just after 3 a.m. on Sunday. Police said that upon arrival, they found that the door had been broken.
The owner of the business, which is located on Pulaski Street, reported that cash and cigarettes had been stolen from the deli.
Anyone who has information about the incident is requested to contact the Riverhead Police Department at 631-727-4500, ext. 313.
From left, Landmarks Preservation Commission member Cliff Baldwin, Riverhead Town Councilwoman Jodi Giglio and commission chair Richard Wines listen to speakers at Monday’s commission meeting, where a proposal to make a six-mile stretch of Main Road a National Register Historic Place was withdrawn. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
After hearing more comments both for and against a proposed National Register Historic District on Main Road stretching from Aquebogue to Laurel, Riverhead Town’s Landmarks Preservation Commission reluctantly voted to withdraw its application for the district.
The withdrawal, made at the commission’s monthly meeting Monday, kills the proposal in both Riverhead and Southold towns.
But it didn’t come easily.
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A Riverside man was arrested for drunken driving last Sunday after “several” other motorists called 911 to report his erratic driving, according to a state police news release. (more…)
(Credit: Suffolk County Crime Stoppers)
Suffolk County detectives are trying to identify a woman who stole a pocketbook containing credit cards from a cafe in Shoreham in August. (more…)
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