East Columbia

August 10, 1993

POLICE LOG

* King's Contrivance: 7000 block of Copperwood Way: Three cars were broken into during an overnight crime spree Aug. 1.

A $160 pair of Eddie Bauer binoculars and a $200 pocket car phone were stolen from a 1989 Jeep Cherokee parked in front of the owner's house.

The car's rear driver's window had been broken.

Two bags of popcorn worth $2 were stolen from a nearby 1988 Ford Taurus, which had its driver's side window broken.

A $100 car phone, a $400 leather bag, a $100 leather portfolio and a $200 calculator were stolen from a 1989 Honda Civic, whose driver's side rear window had been broken.

* Long Reach: 6300 block of Dobbin Road: A man stole a 1986 blue Honda Civic from the Mobil gas station Sunday after midnight. Police reported that the owner had left the car unattended with the engine running, and they described the robber as a white male with blond hair wearing blue jeans and a blue T-shirt.

* Oakland Mills: 5800 block of Thunder Hill Road: A 1990 blue Jeep Cherokee with Maryland tag ABD43H was stolen overnight last Wednesday.

* Owen Brown: 7000 block of Winter Rose Path: Someone stole $80 worth of windshield wipers and other accessories from a 1988 Volkswagen Jetta overnight Friday.

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