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May 10, 1992

Escaped detainee sought by authorities

Harford County Crime Solvers, a non-profit group, is offering up to $1,000 in reward for the arrest and indictment of James Finfera Jr., an inmate missing from the county detention center.

Finfera had been jailed at the county detention center in Bel Air and assigned to the work release program, according to court documents. He signed out on work release at 8:30 a.m. July 25, 1991, but did not return.

An arrest warrant was issued for Finfera on July 31, 1991.

He is believed by police to be in the Essex area. He is known to have associated with several motorcycle groups in Maryland and is called "Boots," said police. Finfera, 26, is white, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 170 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes, police said.

His last known address was on West Way, Riverside Apartments, Eastern Avenue, Essex.

If you have information Finfera or about any crime, call the Harford County Crime Solvers Hotline, 877-STOP.

Callers do not have to give their name or appear in court to receive their reward.

Reward offered for burglary tips

Harford Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of suspects who burglarized two Abingdon businesses April 23.

Boxes of over-the-counter pain medication and film were stolen from RiteAid stores at the Box Hill and Constant Friendship shopping centers between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

The loss totaled $1,600.

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

The following is a compilation of some of the crimes reported to county police agencies last week:

Aberdeen

300 block of Stevens Circle: A car phone, tools and electric meters, valued at $975, were stolen from a vehicle on May 1.

1000 block of Warwick Drive: Stereo speakers valued at $350 were stolen from a vehicle on May 1.

2400 block of Whiteford Road: A soda machine, valued at $1,500, was vandalized and currency was taken on April 27.

1400 block of Perrywood Drive: A nylon pouch containing hand )) tools, valued at $300, was stolen on April 30.

Abingdon

TC 3400 block of Howell Court: A radar detector, flashlight and calculator, valued at $335, were stolen from a car April 17. The lock was damaged.

4000 block of Pulaski Highway: Coins, a fire extinguisher and a radio, valued at $715, were stolen from a business on April 28. A steel door was damaged.

1200 block of Courtney Lane: A 4-month-old Golden Retriever, valued at $500, was stolen on May 1.

100 block of Waldon Road: Tools and Christmas decorations, valued at $1,090, were stolen from a storage bin at an apartment.

800 block of Long Bar Harbor: Guns, a TV, VCR, telephone and anniversary clock, valued at $1,710, were stolen on April 26.

Bel Air

800 block of Belair Road: A vehicle was vandalized at an auto storage yard. Damage was estimated at $550.

1500 block of Brierhill Estates: Plywood, valued at $300, was stolen from a construction site on April 23.

2200 block of Conowingo Road: A 1983 Dodge, valued at $3,000, was stolen from a business lot on April 25.

2100 block of Conowingo Road: An air compressor, tool box and tools, valued at $1,500, were stolen from a business on April 29.

2000 block of North Fountain Green Road: A desk drawer, cash box, currency and typewriter, valued at $328, were stolen from a commercial property on May 1.

300 block of Princeton Road: A vehicle was vandalized on May 1, and damage was estimated damage at $450.

800 block of Belair Road: Windows, valued at $800, were vandalized at a business on May 1.

500 block of Pritt Lane: A patio door, valued at $900, was vandalized on May 1.

200 block of Pemwood Court: A stereo, amplifier and speakers, valued at $654, were stolen from a motor vehicle on May 3. The interior light was damaged.

800 block of Belair Road: A vehicle was vandalized at an auto storage yard on April 24. Damage is estimated at $550.

300 block of South Main Street: A candy machine, valued at $1000, was stolen from a business on April 26.

900 block of Redfield Road: A 1991 Nissan, valued at $10,500, was stolen from a parking lot on April 29.

6200 block of St. Francis Road: A 1989 Ford Minivan, valued at $13,910, was recovered. It had been reported stolen previously to the Baltimore County Police Department.

800 block of Belair Road: A 1988 Volvo, valued at $7,500, was stolen from a business lot on April 28.

Edgewood

900 block of Woodbridge Court: Books, cassette tapes, razor and bag, valued at $1,000, were stolen during the attempted theft of a vehicle on April 25. The steering column was also damaged.

900 block of Cedar Crest Court: Radios and a mast light, valued at $455, were stolen from a boat on May 2.

1000 block of Edgewood Road: A trolley jack, vacuum, VCR tapes and games, valued at $580, were stolen from a storage locker on April 28.

Fallston

2400 block of Pleasantville Road: Four Alberta Spruce trees, valued at $350, were stolen on April 24.

Forest Hill

2100 block of Perryman Road: Tools, valued at $900, were stolen from a

boat on April 28.

Joppa

200 block of Doncaster Road: a 1985 Toyota, valued at $8,000, was stolen on April 26.

Joppatowne

700 block of Towne Center Drive: Three bicycles, valued at $607, were stolen on May 2.

100 block of Breakwater Court: A radio, stereo, depth finder, television and fishing equipment, valued at $1,279, were stolen from a boat on April 29.

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