SOUTHEAST--Sykesville * Eldersburg * Gamber

June 25, 1993

Two men sought in Methadose theft

State police said they have leads toward catching two men who stole eight quarts of a drug used to treat heroine addiction from an Eldersburg medical center facility Wednesday.

"Basically, we know it's some clients of the health services," saiTfc. John Reininger, of the Criminal Investigation Division at the Westminster barracks. "We have a description of the vehicle. We also have a few witnesses we are interviewing."

According to police records, eight quart-sized bottles of Methodose, a derivative of the drug methadone, were taken between 8:20 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday from a truck parked outside the Metwork Medical Facility in the 2100 block of Liberty Road.

The actual value of the stolen drugs is $620, but Trooper Reininger said it has a street value of about

$83,000.

Appeals board approves zoning change for bank

The Carroll County Board of Zoning Appeals approved a conditional use yesterday that will allow Carroll County Bank and Trust Co. to relocate its Eldersburg branch to a 2.75 acre site in an industrial area.

The Westminster-based bank is negotiating to buy a tract at routes 26 and 32 to consolidate offices at 1438 Liberty Road and 6210 Georgetown Blvd. Bank officials have said the company has outgrown its existing facilities.

Last week, the Carroll County Planning and Zoning Commission agreed to subdivide a 2.75-acre lot from a 15-acre parcel at the PTC intersection's northeast corner for the bank's use.

The bank doesn't have detailed plans for the facility available yet. The bank must go through the county's development review process before building.

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