Police

October 07, 1993

* Westminster: Two two-way radio transceivers were stolen from trucks at the Thomas Bennett & Hunter Co. on John Street early Tuesday, a company official reported. The official said intruders cut a wire fence at the rear of the contractor's enclosed lot, near a stream, and unbolted the radios from their brackets in the trucks. The transceivers were valued at $1,400. City police said they have no suspects.

FIRE

* Finksburg: Gamber responded to investigate a fire alarm sounding in a building on Tylers Garth Drive at 6:02 a.m. Tuesday. They were out for 16 minutes.

* Westminster: Westminster, Reese, Gamber, Pleasant Valley, New Windsor and Reisterstown of Baltimore County responded to a report of an electrical fire on Washington Road at 6:14 a.m. Tuesday. The first units on the scene discovered overheated wires, possibly caused by a power surge. Most of the fire equipment left the scene, but two engines remained for more than an hour to check for a possible fire.

Westminster and Gamber firefighters were dispatched to investigate a fire alarm in a house on Washington Road at 6:22 a.m. Tuesday. They were out for 46 minutes.

Westminster was dispatched for a cleanup detail at the scene of a school bus-auto accident at East Main Street and South Colonial Avenue at 8:43 a.m. Tuesday. They were out for 23 minutes.

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