Harford County Crime Solvers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest for a Dec. 2 break-in in the 900 block of Whispering Woods Court in Bel Air.
Police said that among theitems stolen were a portable telephone and jewelry, some of which was engraved with the initials "H.G." A piece of jewelry shaped like a small gold piano and studded with rubies and sapphires also was stolen, police said.
Anyone with information about this or any other crime should callthe Harford County Crime Solvers Hotline, 877-STOP. You do not have to give your name or appear in court.
The following is a compilation of some of the crime county police agencies reported investigating last week.
1200 block of Perryman Road: The county Sheriff's Office investigated the theft of $2,300 worth of tools from a construction site Jan. 29.
1000 block of Old Philadelphia Road: The county Sheriff's Office investigated the theft of two mountain bikes worth $1,000 from the Specialized Bike Shop Feb. 3.
400 block of Underwood Lane: A circular saw, two drills, a miterbox and a saw worth a total of $997 were report ed stolen Feb. 1, the county Sheriff's Office said.
1400 block of Primrose Lane: The county Sheriff's Office investigated vandalism of a vehicle, resulting in $700 damage to the steering column, on Feb. 11.
Route 165 and Route 543: A vehicle worth $9,000 was stolen Feb. 9 from the commuter parking lot at routes 165 and 543 and was recovered on West Jarrettsville Road where it had been set on fire, the county Sheriff's Office said.
1900 block of PulaskiHighway: A 12-year-old youth was charged with theft and released to his mother's custody Jan. 30 after the county Sheriff's Office investigated the reported theft of $34 worth of Desert Storm trading cards from the Ames Department store.
6500 block of Hawthorne Drive: An apartment storage area was broken into Jan. 26, and ski equipment worth $1,330 was stolen, the county Sheriff's Office said.
3100 blockof Sweet Bay Road: Clothing and jewelry worth $913 were reported stolen from a residence.
1100 block of Philadelphia Road: Two copper downspouts were stolen from Trinity Lutheran Church Feb. 1, and two other downspouts were damaged, the county Sheriff's Office said. The loss totaled $966.72, police said.