200 block Hiob Lane: Fishing equipment and an anchor...

Police beat

June 09, 1991

ABERDEEN — 200 block Hiob Lane: Fishing equipment and an anchor, worth $815, were stolen May 16 from a boat in storage, the county Sheriff's Department said.

200 block Golf Drive: Stereo equipment, worth $1,470, was stolen from a car on May 27, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Abingdon

3300 block Deep Well Court: A computer, video camera and guns, worth $3,600, were from a house on May 17, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Bel Air

100 block Williams Street: A videocassette recorder and stereo equipment, worth $1,450, were stolen from a house on May 25, town police said.

800 block Ellicott Drive: Jewelry worth $3,100 was stolen from a house on May 28, the sheriff's department said.

1000 block Tamworth Road: A $360 bicycle was stolen from a shed on May 21, the sheriff's department said.

2800 block Calvary Road: A 1979 Yamaha motorcycle worth $1,000 was stolen from a shed on June 2, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Edgewood

2400 block Willoughby Beach Road: A 1991 Yamaha all-terrain vehicle was stolen and a 1987 Chevrolet was vandalized on Monday, the sheriff's department said. Loss totaled $3,830.

Route 24 at Interstate 95: A 1987 Chevrolet worth $6,000 was stolen from a park-and-ride lot on May 21,the sheriff's department said.

800 block Windstream Way: Two bicycles and fishing equipment, worth $900, were stolen from a garage on May 29, the sheriff's department said.

2500 block Perry Avenue: A $450 mountain bicycle was stolen from a house on May 30, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Darlington

2000 block Glen Cove Road:Three batteries, three radios, two boat motors and two motor stands,worth $5,980, were stolen from Glen Cove Marina on May 22, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Fallston

1600 block Bel Air Road: Tools and two tool chests, worth $2,000, were stolen from a storage unit at Stack and Store Inc. on May 18, the sheriff's department said.

2000 block Carrs Mill Road: Stereo equipment and copper fittings,worth $950, were stolen from two vehicles on May 18, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Forest Hill

500 block West JarrettsvilleRoad: A $3,000 generator was stolen May 27, the sheriff's departmentsaid.

DATELINE: Havre de Grace

300 block Wilson Street: Two mopeds were stolen from a shed on May 27, city police said. One of the mopeds was recovered, but a $1,200 moped is still missing.

400 block Battery Drive: A videocassette recorder, radio and cordless telephone, worth $480, were stolen from a house on June 2, city police said.

DATELINE: Jarrettsville

1900 block Furnace Road: A $3,500 all-terrain vehicle was stolen from a house on May 18, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Joppa

2500 block Mountain Road: A videocassette recorder, camera, cordless telephone and jewelry, worth $1,760, were stolen from a house on May 20, the sheriff's department said.

800 block Philadelphia Road: Damage totaled $1,125 when a house was ransacked May 23, the sheriff's department said. Police did not say if anything was reported stolen.

500 block Pulaski Highway: A cash register and baseball cards, worth $6,300, were stolen from the Triple Play Sports Cards shop on May 20, the sheriff's department said.

500 block Pulaski Highway: A car stereo, a tool box and tools, worth $700, were stolen from a vehicle on May 24, the sheriff's department said.

400 block Hardin Drive: A cellular telephone, a portable cassette radio and baseball cards, worth $685, were stolen from a house on May 23, the sheriff's department said.

2600 block Winters Run Road:A microwave oven, moped, all-terrain vehicle, motorcycle, tool box and tools, worth $6,485, were stolen from a storage area on May 22, the sheriff's department said.

DATELINE: Joppatowne

300 block Breslin Road: Tools and two acetylene tanks, worth $5,370, were stolen froma vehicle on June 2, the sheriff's department said.

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