Here is a compilation of crimes reported to county and...

POLICE BEAT

September 09, 1992

Here is a compilation of crimes reported to county and state police:

* Columbia: 5700 block of Thunder Hill Road: A sliding door was entered overnight Thursday. A purse was taken.

10900 block of Rum Cay Court: The ignition of a 1992 Toyota was damaged overnight Saturday.

7200 block of Oakland Mills Road: A window screen was removed Sunday and an unlocked window entered. Groceries were taken and the house was ransacked.

10400 block of Twin Rivers Road: A door was pried open at the Big Cheese overnight Wednesday. A safe and cash from the register were taken.

8600 block of U.S. 1: A door was pried open and cash and checks were taken from the Big Cheese.

5600 block of Stevens Forest Road: A 1982 black Toyota Celic (( was taken overnight Saturday.

8900 block of Lambskin Lane: The ignition of a 1985 GMC bus was damaged overnight Thursday.

8900 block of Early April Way: The ignition of a 1987 Nissan Maxima was damaged overnight Saturday.

4500 block of Hemlock Cone Way: A garage door opener was used to open a garage where two cars were taken. Keys were left in the cars.

4900 block of Columbia Road: The ignition of a 1992 GEO was damaged overnight Sunday.

The Mall in Columbia: A 1988 Cadillac Seville was stolen Friday night.

10200 block of Wincopin Circle: A 1992 Pontiac Sunbird was stolen overnight Wednesday.

Howard County General Hospital: A 1990 Ford Taurus was stolen from the parking lot.

Cooksville: 2100 block of Route 97: A produce stand was entered overnight Friday and food was taken.

Ellicott City: 3300 block of N. Chatham Road: An unlocked door was entered Friday. Cash from a purse was taken.

block of Fragile Sail Way: A 1989 Acura Legend was stolen overnight Saturday.

Scaggsville: 7500 block of Cherry Tree Drive: An open door was entered Friday. Jewelry was taken.

West Friendship: 2100 block of McKendree Road: An unlocked door was entered at Sharon Missionary Baptist Church and a fire extinguisher sprayed.

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