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October 05, 1990

REWARD IS OFFERED IN HOLDUP OF WOMAN

Annapolis police are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the man who robbed a woman last month in the city parking garage.

Investigators said the woman was leaving her car in the garage on Gorman Street about 12 p.m., when a man with a knife demanded money.

The robber held his knife to her throat and took her purse. He was last seen running down Duke of Gloucester Street toward the Eastport Bridge.

The robber was described as a white male, about 5 feet 7 inches, with curly brown hair and a stocky build. He appeared to be in his late 20s and was bare-footed, wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt and blue jeans.

If you have any information about the robbery, call Crime Solvers at 267-8888. All information is confidential.

DEALE MAN KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT

A 42-year-old Deale man was killed early yesterday morning when he lost control of his car and hit several trees in South County.

Stephen Warren Summers, of the 6000 block Melbourne Avenue, was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after the 2:06 a.m. accident.

The police said Summers was traveling south on Muddy Creek Road when he ran off the road and hit the curb. He then lost control of the car, slid across the road and into the woods, where he hit several trees.

THE FOLLOWING BREAK-INS HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO COUNTY POLICE:

Brooklyn Park

300 block 6th Avenue: Oct. 2, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

Gambrills

800 block Robert Crain Highway: Oct. 2, entry gained through the door.

Nothing taken.

Glen Burnie

100 block Crain Highway: Oct. 2, entry gained through the rear window.

Money taken. Total loss: $15.

5600 Ritchie Highway: Oct. 3, entry gained through the front door. Money taken. Total loss: $82.

7300 block Ritchie Highway: Oct. 3, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.

400 block Glen Mar Circle: Oct. 2, entry gained through the window.

Appliances taken. Total loss: $849.

Pasadena

8200 block Fort Smallwood Road: Sept. 27, entry gained through the window.

Money taken. Total loss: $90.

2200 block 229th Street: Sept. 30, entry gained through the window.

Unknown property taken.

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