Western District -- A resident of...

BALTIMORE CITYROBBERY:

February 25, 1993|By Richard Irwin

BALTIMORE CITY

ROBBERY: Western District -- A resident of the 1600 block of Woodbourne Ave. was in the 1900 block of Windsor Ave. Tuesday when a gunman struck her with the weapon and robbed her of cash and property, all of unknown value.

* THEFT/ARREST: Western District -- A man attempting to leave the Rite Aid pharmacy at the Mondawmin Mall Tuesday afternoon without paying for several items was stopped by a security officer and held for city police. The man is being held at the police station pending theft charges. The property was recovered.

* THEFT: Western District Computer equipment valued at $4,000 was stolen Tuesday from an office at Bon Secours Hospital in the 2000 block of W. Baltimore St.

* BURGLARY: Western District -- Someone entered a house in the 2900 block of Lauretta Ave. Tuesday and stole a VCR and a TV, all valued at more than $500.

* BURGLARY: Western District -- A TV, VCR and a telephone, all valued at $500, were stolen Tuesday morning from a house in the 1100 block of N. Carrollton Ave.

* THEFT: Western District -- Two leather jackets valued at $500 were stolen Tuesday from a car parked in the 800 block of W. Baltimore St. by someone who broke a window.

* ROBBERY: Western District -- A gunman robbed a resident of the 3200 block of Glen Ave. of jewelry valued at $900 in the 2300 block of Druid Hill Ave. Tuesday evening.

* BURGLARY: Western District -- Property valued at more than $600 was stolen from a house in the 900 block of Harlem Ave. Tuesday night. Taken was a fax machine and a gas furnace.

* ASSAULT: Northern District -- A warrant was to be issued for the arrest of a man who pointed a gun at a resident of the 3000 block of Keswick Road in the 700 block of Singer Ave. Monday evening and threatened to shoot. The intended victim was not injured.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- An air conditioner valued at $400 was stolen from a storage locker in the basement of an

apartment building in the 5700 block of The Alameda by someone who entered the locker after knocking a hole in the wall.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a house in the 3700 block of N. Charles St. Monday through the front door and stole a set of keys and several cassette tapes.

* THEFT: Northern District -- A 10-speed bike valued at more than $100 was stolen from inside a house in the 3400 block of Keswick Road Monday morning.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- A TV and a dinette set were stolen from a house in the 800 block of Exeter Hall Ave. over the weekend.

* THEFT/ARREST: Northern District -- A man was arrested Monday afternoon when he attempted to leave the Basics food store in the 5300 block of York Road without paying for $20 worth of dog food. Charged with theft was Robert Plato, 22, of the 6600 block of Collinsdale Road.

* THEFT: Northern District -- Someone entered a classroom at the Union Memorial Hospital in the 200 block of E. University Parkway and stole a wallet containing $15 belonging to a student who had placed it on a desk when she left the room.

* BURGLARY/ARREST: Southwestern District -- Police responding to a burglary in the 2200 block of W. Pratt St. Monday evening entered a house and arrested a man before he could escape.

BALTIMORE COUNTY

* BURGLARY: Cockeysville District -- Someone entered the laundry room of a building at the Padonia Village Apartments in the first block of E. Padonia Road Tuesday and forced open a washing machine, taking $25 in quarters.

* BURGLARY: Cockeysville District -- A fax machine and a key board, all valued at $600, were stolen Tuesday from a building owned by the McCormick Company in the 11100 block of McCormick Road by someone who entered through a rear door.

* BURGLARY: Cockeysville District -- A trailer owned by Interstate Seeding of Sykesville, Howard County, was entered Tuesday night while it was parked in the 11400 block of York Road by someone who stole a copier and a typewriter, all valued at nearly $1,000. The burglary was discovered by an officer responding to an alarm.

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