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November 16, 1990

CAR WINDOWS BROKEN IN BROOKLYN PARK

Seven cars in the Brooklyn Park area had their windows broken out sometime Monday night.

County police reported that four of the cars were parked in the 100 block of West 7th Avenue when someone smashed all the driver's side windows out between 8 p.m. Monday and early Tuesday morning.

Three of the cars were parked in the first block of West 8th Avenue.

Police said they have no suspects.

IN ANNAPOLIS AREA WINDOWS ARE SHOT

The windows of seven cars parked in the Annapolis area were shot out last week, county police reported.

Six of the vehicles were parked overnight on Beach Drive Nov. 8 when someone shot at least one window out with a BB gun.

One of the cars was parked in the 1700 block of Point No Point Drive, but the BB did not break the glass.

County police have reported the following break-ins:

ANNAPOLIS:

First block of East Nap Lane: Nov. 13, entry gained through the window.

Stereo equipment taken. Total loss: $600.

GLEN BURNIE:

900 block of Nabbs Creek: Nov. 12, entry gained through the front door.

Nothing taken.

RIVA:

3400 block of Riva Road: Nov. 13. Nothing taken.

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