Southern District -- Tools...

BALTIMORE CITY* BREAK-IN:

January 21, 1993|By Richard Irwin

BALTIMORE CITY

* BREAK-IN: Southern District -- Tools valued at nearly $2,000 were stolen from Kajima International in the 1000 block of Key Highway over the weekend.

* BURGLARY: Southern District -- Property valued at more than $1,200 was stolen from a house in the 1700 block of Patapsco St. over the weekend.

* CUTTING: Western District -- A resident of the first block of Hunter Court was treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center Sunday night for an abdominal Found after a man stabbed him with a knife in the 800 block of W. Fayette St.

* THEFT: Western District -- Stereo equipment and a TV, all valued at more than $1,300 and the property of Diamond Rental in the 5600 block of The Alameda, were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 1400 block of W. Mulberry St.

* ROBBERY: Northern District -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a resident of the 500 block of Willow Ave. of a gold necklace valued at $2,000 Tuesday in the 400 block of E. 33rd St.

* SHOOTING: Southwestern District -- A resident of the 4500 block of Edmondson Ave. was in the 1900 block of N. Dukeland St. Monday night when a gunman shot him in the leg. The victim was treated at Bon Secours Hospital.

* BURGLARY: Southwestern District -- Property valued at more than $3,000 was stolen from a house in the 100 block of S. Franklintown Road between Jan. 15 and Tuesday.

* ROBBERY: Central District -- Four men, one with a handgun, robbed a woman of her jewelry, valued at more than $2,000, and robbed two male companions of $30 and a check for $20 Tuesday night as one of the victims was about to use a 24-hour teller machine in the 100 block of E. Baltimore St.

* ROBBERY: Central District -- An out-of-town resident was robbed of jewelry valued at $1,200 in the 300 block of Light St. over the weekend by a man who implied he was armed with a handgun.

* ROBBERY: Central District -- A gunman robbed a resident of the 200 block of Robert St. of property valued at more than $1,100 in the 2300

block of Madison Ave. Sunday night.

* BURGLARY: Central District -- A man who posed as a deliveryman Tuesday afternoon robbed a resident of the 1700 block of Eutaw Place of $80. When the woman opened the door, thinking the man had a package for her, he grabbed the money from her bathrobe pocket.

* BURGLARY: Central District -- Jewelry valued at nearly $9,000 was stolen from an apartment in the 200 block of St. Paul St. by someone using a key. The incident occurred in December but was not reported until Monday. Several people have keys to the apartment.

* THEFT: Central District -- Silverware valued at $8,000 was stolen from the bedroom of a house in the 200 block of E. Preston St. over the weekend.

BALTIMORE COUNTY

* ROBBERY: Woodlawn District -- A gunman wearing dark clothing and a Malcolm X cap robbed the 6/Twelve convenience store in the 6900 block of Liberty Road Monday night of an undisclosed sum.

* RAPE: Garrison District -- Police were seeking a man who raped a resident of the 10000 block of Woodkey Lane Monday at her home. The victim knows her attacker. The victim was treated at the rape crisis center at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

* ROBBERY: Garrison District -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed the Regal Savings & Loan in the 7000 block of Reisterstown Road Tuesday afternoon of an undisclosed sum.

* BANK ROBBERY: North Point District -- Two men robbed the First National Bank in the 1100 block of Merritt Blvd. Tuesday of an undisclosed sum after giving two tellers separate notes saying they were armed and threatening to shoot the customers.

HARFORD COUNTY

* BURGLARY: Bel Air -- Someone entered a house in the 1200 block of Mazeland Drive over the weekend by forcing the sliding glass door and stole property of unknown value. Damage to the door was set at $400.

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