The following is a compilation of some of the crimes police agencies reported to last week:
100 block of West Aztec Street: An outboard motor worth $1,500 was stolen June 19.
3300 block of Cheverly Court: The door of a 1985 Saab was damaged and the car's radio stolen. Total loss was $550.
3000 block of Laurel Bush Road: A Honda motorcycle worth $1,000 was stolen on June 17.
1600 block of Bosworth Court: Three golf bags, golf clubs and shoes valued at $6,700 were stolen June 19.
Harford Mall: A 1989 Pontiac Grand Am valued at $9,000 was stolen from the parking lot June 26.
2300 block of Old Kalmia Road: A roto-tiller and four-wheeler worth $1,250 were stolen June 23.
1800 block of Oxford Square: Binoc
2400 block of Willoughby Beach Road: A tractor-trailer parked on the Edgewood High School parking lot was spray-painted June 22. Damage was estimated at $1,200.
1900 block of Pulaski Highway: A 1991 Chevrolet worth $8,000 was stolen from the Giant parking lot June 18.
1600 block of Boggs Road: Four tires and wheels worth $800 were stolen from a backyard June 16.
Havre de Grace
1000 block of Pulaski Highway: A purse containing $830 was stolen from a shopping cart in a grocery store July 1.
700 block of South Freedom Lane: A cellular phone and antenna, worth $460, were stolen from a car.
200 block of Wilson Street: A microwave and CD player/equalizer, worth $1,850, were stolen from a residence.
500 block of Bourbon Street: A radar detector and five cassette tapes, worth $100, were stolen from a truck.
700 block of Lewis Street: A camcorder, worth $700, was stolen from a car.
600 block of North Adams Street: Two garden tools and a toolbox containing tools, worth $735, were stolen from a storage shed.
500 block of Bourbon Street: The rear window of car, worth $200, was broken with a BB gun.
500 block of Bourbon Street: The rear window of a car, worth $893, was vandalized.
700 block of Falconer Road: A television, VCR, stereo components, jewelry and Nintendo games worth $4,780 were stolen June 19.