Pipe Bomb Clues Sought By Police

Police beat

September 15, 1991

Harford County Crime Solvers are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person who placed apipe bomb under a Jeep in Edgewood Monday.

The bomb exploded, causing $3,000 in damage to a 1988 Jeep parked in the 1700 block of Horseshoe Lane, the state Fire Marshal's Office said. The explosion caused minor damage to a Ford Thunderbird parked nearby.

Investigators said they found the remains of a 6-inch pipe bomb under the Jeep. The device detonated at about 3:15 a.m.

To provide information on the incident, call Crime Solvers at 877-STOP. Callers do not have to give their names or appear in court.

Crimes that county police agencies said they investigated last week include:

Aberdeen

1400 block Perrywood Drive: A 1990 Mitsubishi containing a stereo, clothing and radar detector, worth $12,200, was stolen on Aug.27, the county Sheriff's Office said.

200 block Perrywood Drive: A videocassette recorder, movie camera, cassette player, cassette tapes, food stamps and food, worth $810, were stolen from a house on Aug. 29, the sheriff's office said.

300 block Sea Gull Drive: A cellular telephone worth $495 was stolen from a vehicle on Aug. 26, the sheriff's office said.

Abingdon

1400 block Emily Court: Wall ovens, dishwashers, hood vents, garbage disposals, lever sets, lock sets,a coffee maker and a speaker telephone, worth $4,120, were stolen from a construction trailer on Sept. 7, the sheriff's office said.

Bel Air

100 block West Belcrest Drive: Leather chaps, gold chains and a food bag, worth $1,050, were stolen from a house Sept. 2, the sheriff's office said.

1700 block Bel Air Road: A television and videocassette recorder, worth $755, were stolen from a vehicle at Plaza Ford Inc. on Sept. 3, the sheriff's office said.

Edgewood

1400 block St. Michaels Court: Diamond earrings worth $2,910 werestolen from a house Sept. 3, the sheriff's office said.

600 block Tupelo Road: Fishing rods, tires and crab pots, worth $825, were stolen from the porch of a house Sept. 2, the sheriff's office said.

3100 blockSounding Drive: A television, videocassette recorder and tools, worth $755, were stolen from a vehicle Sept. 1, the sheriff's office said.

1900 block Edgewater Drive: A 1981 Datsun worth $1,500 was stolen Aug. 26, the sheriff's office said.

2000 block Brown Street: A camera and videocassette recorder, worth $650, were stolen from a house Aug. 26, the sheriff's office said.

Fallston

500 block Stratford Road: A radar detector, flashlight and tools, worth $1,460, were stolen from a vehicle Aug. 30, the sheriff's office said.

Forest Hill

300 block Granary Road: Computer equipment worth $1,665 was stolen from Old Line Plastics on Aug. 31, the sheriff's office said.

200 block Bynum Ridge Road: A keyboard, camera, microphone and sunglasses, worth $3,110, were stolen from a vehicle Aug. 28, the sheriff's office said. A stereo, cassette tapes, clothing and padlock, worth $875, were stolen from another vehicle.

Havre de Grace

600 block Ostego Street: A television and videocassette recorder, no value given, were stolen from a house Monday, city police said.

Jarrettsville

1200 block Baldwin Mill Road: Cash and jewelry, worth $750, were stolen from a house Aug. 29, the sheriff's office said.

Joppa

1000 block Beall Drive: Jewelry and glass ornaments, worth $480, were stolen from a house on Aug. 27, the sheriff's office said.

Street

3500 block Grier Nursery Road: Saddles and tack, worth $2,650, were stolen from a horse barn Sept. 2, the sheriff's office said.

2300 block Jerrys Road: A Honda motorcycle, a lock and chain, and keys, worth $1,950, were stolen from a house Aug. 27, the sheriff's office said.

White Hall

4600 block Madonna Road: Stereo equipment and a vacuum, worth $465, were stolen from a house Aug. 30, the sheriff's office said.

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