POLICE* Westminster: An employee of Paradiso Restaurant in...

February 10, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: An employee of Paradiso Restaurant in Locust Mall told city police someone broke a window in the rear door Tuesday, causing damage estimated at $50.

A Finksburg resident told city police someone damaged her car in an apparent attempt to break into it Monday while it was parked outside Weis Market on Route 140. The damage is estimated at $100.

An employee of Lowe's told police someone stole items valued at $40 while the store was open Sunday.

A Manchester resident told city police his $500 Brigadine mountain bike was stolen from the area of the Westminster Inn on Sunday.

A resident of North Colonial Avenue told police someone entered his car, parked near his home, and did $150 damage to the radio Thursday.

A resident of South Bishop Court told police someone stole the tires from her car Feb. 2 while the vehicle was parked in front of her house. She estimated the loss at $272.

A resident of Goodwins Quarry Road told state police someone broke a window in the rear door of his house and stole a camcorder and Sega games Monday. He estimated the loss at $750.

An official of East Middle School told city police someone stole Sega game gear, an adapter and a carrying case, all valued at $400, Monday.

FIRE

* Westminster: Westminster and Reese responded for an automatic fire alarm sounding in a building in the 200 block of Memorial Ave. at 12:02 a.m. Wednesday.

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