Aberdeen

Police beat

June 16, 1991

900 block Edmund Street: $500 was stolen from a house June 2, town police said.

ABINGDON

100 block Laurel Valley Court: Stereo equipment worth $1,300 was stolen from a car June 2, the county Sheriff's Department said.

BEL AIR

500 block West Gordon Street: A purse containing cash and jewelry worth $1,580 was stolen from a car June 3, town police said.

900 block Redfield Road: Stereo equipment worth $1,375 was stolen from a car June 2, the Sheriff's Department said.

CHURCHVILLE

Unit block Woodside Drive: A riding mower, lawn mower, weed eater, blower, chain saw and power tools, worth $3,500, were stolen from a shed June 4,the Sheriff's Department said.

EDGEWOOD

400 block Edgewood Road: Two air conditioners, worth $1,010, were stolen from the Edgewood Baptist Church June 6, the Sheriff's Department said.

1700 block Pulaski Highway: Scrap metal worth $1,000 was stolen from a trailer at Auto Wreckers May 22, the Sheriff's Department said.

FALLSTON

1600 block Fallston Road: An answering machine, television, silverware and stereo equipment, worth $3,950, were stolen from a house May 22, the Sheriff's Department said.

HAVRE DE GRACE

1100 block Revolution Street: Nine tires on three cars were slashed at the Rent-a-Wreck lot June 3, city police said. Four tires on two cars were slashed at the business between June 7 and 8. Damage totaled $705.

400 block SouthJuniata Street: Nine tires on three taxi cabs were slashed at the Poole's Taxi lot June 4, city police said. Damage totaled $350.

Millard E. Tydings Memorial Park: A toolbox and tools worth $1,040 were stolen from a parked van June 5, city police said.

200 block WilsonStreet: A sofa bed, chair, two dressers and clothing, worth $825, were stolen from a house June 6, city police said.

Unit block Bourbon Street: A dinghy worth $2,000 was stolen from the dock at TidewaterGrill Restaurant June 7, city police said.

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