CENTRAL/Union Mills Westminster Sandymount Finksburg

June 01, 1993

POLICE

Westminster: More than $171 was stolen from the office of the Literary Council of Carroll County on Carroll Street on Friday after someone broke into the building.

Two soda machines were forced open and money taken at Duke's Car Wash on Sullivan Avenue on Thursday. An employee estimated the loss at $270.

A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue told police that someone damaged the door and exterior wall of his locked camper to gain entry Thursday. Loss was estimated at $150.

A resident of New Windsor told police the driver's window of her car was broken Thursday while the car was parked at Cranberry Mall. The damage was estimated at $125.

The rear license tag was reported taken from a car parked near Wimert Avenue on Wednesday.

FIRE

* Westminster: Engines from Westminster were out for 90 minutes dealing with an auto fire on Baltimore Boulevard starting at 3:01 a.m. Sunday.

* Westminster: A brush fire on Hook Road kept Westminster engines busy for an hour and 15 minutes after they were called out at 1:45 p.m. Saturday.

* Reese: Units from the Reese station were called out at 1:29 p.m. Saturday for a fire in a transformer on Bollinger Road. They were out for an hour.

* Pleasant Valley: Engines from the Pleasant Valley station doused a fire in a wood pile on Humbert Schoolhouse Road after being called out at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. They were back in service in under an hour.

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