Toys, trees among thefts during holidaysWhile the holidays...

POLICE NOTES

December 27, 1992

Toys, trees among thefts during holidays

While the holidays put many in the spirit of giving, over the past 2 1/2 weeks they have given others a motive for taking.

Police said a trailer parked behind Lionel Kiddie City on U.S. 1 in Bel Air was broken into Dec. 13 and toys were stolen -- a loss of $2,500.

A Towson-based company reported 10 of its pine trees were damaged in the 1300 block of Continental Drive, Abingdon, on Dec. 16. Damage was estimated at $1,000.

A resident of the 200 block of St. Mary's Road in Pylesville reported the theft of two spruce trees Dec. 14. The loss was estimated at $500.

A Belcamp woman reported the theft of 15 Christmas lights Dec. 10 from her home. The loss was estimated at $10.

Towne Baptist Church, in the 500 block of Trimble Road, Joppa, had an 8-foot Scotch pine worth $80 taken from its property Dec. 11.

A Joppa man reported losing a 6-foot white pine worth $25 Dec. 12.

* Bel Air

2300 block of Edwards Lane: Breaking and entering at a home Dec. 8; a dirt bike and helmet were stolen, and a lock damaged. Loss estimated at $2,037.

* Darlington

4700 block of Conowingo Road: Theft of telephone at liquor store Dec. 10. Loss estimated at $500.

* Forest Hill

300 block of Bynum Ridge Road: Theft of saw, drill, level, radar detector and damage to window of a 1985 Ford truck Dec. 16. Loss estimated at $519.

* Pylesville

400 block of Wheeler School Road: Breaking and entering at a home Dec. 12; theft of piggy bank, currency, Coke bank and payroll check. Loss estimated at $410.

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