POLICE* Westminster: Five vehicles parked at Cranberry...

January 06, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: Five vehicles parked at Cranberry Mall were broken into on Monday, city police reported. Damage to those cars and theft losses totaled more than $2,470. In each incident, someone forced open doors of the vehicles and removed personal property inside.

An intruder entered St. John School on Monroe Street damaging the inside of the building on Monday.

The damage is estimated at $615.

A Warehime Road resident told police someone broke into his car and removed items while the vehicle was parked on a lot at St. John's on Monroe Street on Monday. The loss is estimated at $2,150.

Two buses of the Church of the Open Door on Baltimore Boulevard were damaged by intruders while they were parked on a lot near the Weis Market on Monday. Damage is estimated at $500.

A Manchester man reported someone damaged his car while it was parked on West Green Street on Tuesday. He estimated the loss at $1,000

A Hughes Shop Road resident reported someone took her coat while she was at the Westminster Inn on Tuesday. The loss is estimated at $300.

An official of an accounting firm in the 200 block of East Main St. reported someone removed the numbered street sign from the building on Monday. The loss is estimated at $85.

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