Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey

NORTH COUNTY --

March 18, 1993

Harbor Hospital Center plans children's health fair

Harbor Hospital Center is planning a children's health fair that will help children become familiar with hospital workers and reduce their fears.

Children can get free vision, dental, blood pressure, height and weight screenings during the fair, set for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 27 at Glen Burnie Mall.

The day's attractions include a magic show, karate demonstrations and balloon animals. McGruff, the crime fighting dog, and the Safety-Belt Crash Dummies will entertain children and teach lessons. Children who bring a stuffed animal or doll can learn about medical equipment and procedures at the Teddy Bear Clinic.

Educational booths staffed by the Brooklyn hospital will give parents information ranging from lead poisoning to healthy snack foods.

For more information, call 354-9660.

Liquor store robbed in Brooklyn Park

A gunman robbed a Brooklyn Park liquor store Tuesday evening, county police reported.

Investigators said the gunman walked into Spencers One Liquors in the 4300 block of Ritchie Highway at 7:25 p.m. Putting a gun to the clerk's back, he ordered another to empty the cash register. The clerk gave him the money and the robber left the store.

The robber was described as a black man, 6 feet tall, medium build, 20 years old, with scars on his nose. He was wearing a long yellow trench coat.

2 men seen stealing box of baseball cards

Two men stole a box of baseball cards from a Linthicum variety store Monday as a clerk watched them, county police reported.

According to the police report, the men walked into the McCrory store in the 7300 block of B & A Blvd. at 8:21 p.m. and one of the men put three boxes of baseball cards into his sweat pants.

They noticed that the clerk saw them and began to run out of the store, dropping two of the boxes on the way.

They fled in a red 1988 Lincoln Town Car with Florida license plates.

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