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January 30, 1994

Reward is offered in Belcamp theft

Harford County Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for an arrest and indictment in the theft of items from a residence in the 1400 block of Allwood Lane, Belcamp, about 5:30 p.m. Jan. 4.

The stolen items included a 4000-watt gasoline generator, a 10-inch gray table saw and a 31-foot extension ladder, police said. The loss was estimated at $3,200.

Anyone with information about this incident should call the Crime Solvers hot line, (410) 877-STOP.

Callers need not identify themselves or appear in court.

Man is robbed walking down street

An 18-year-old Havre de Grace man told police that he was walking in the area of North Freedom and Otsego streets when a man approached him and demanded his money.

The robber fled on foot with $14.

19-inch TV stolen from Jamesway store

Employees of the Jamesway Corp. store in the 3400 block of Emmorton Road in Abingdon told sheriff's deputies that someone stole a 19-inch television from the store Jan. 20.

The TV was valued at $300.


* 3000 block of Abingdon Road: Theft of a 1990 Toyota from residence Jan. 18. The loss was valued at $16,000.


* 400 block of Winterberry Drive: Motor vehicle tampering Jan. 12. Damage to a window and theft of a car telephone. The loss was valued at $200.

* 1700 block of Judy Way: Theft of a handgun from a residence Jan. 12. The loss was valued at $167.

* 700 block of Sequoia Drive: Theft of jewelry from a residence Jan. 13. The loss was valued at $1,330.

* 1200 block of Chipper Drive: Theft of a revolver from a residence Jan. 15. The loss was valued at $400.


* 300 block of Old Joppa Road: Theft of 1993 Jeep from residence Jan. 20. The loss was valued at $25,000.

Havre de Grace

* 1500 block of Pulaski Highway: Motor vehicle tampering Jan. 19. Theft of four tires, rims, hub caps and lug nuts from a vehicle on a business lot. The loss was valued at $1,108.

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