Wedding gown stolen from bride-to-be

July 07, 1994

A Westminster woman, preparing for her wedding at the end of the month, returned to her car on the Cranberry Mall parking lot Sunday to find that someone had stolen her wedding gown.

City police said Sherry. E. Janocha, who lives on Liberty Street, left the gown in the locked vehicle on her way to a fitting.

She found that the door was unlocked when she returned from the mall and that the gown was gone.

The gown was in a J. C. Penney garment bag and was valued at $300, police said.

Ms. Janocha said she is hoping someone returns the gown because it is of little use to anyone but her.

POLICE

* Westminster: An employee of the Exxon gasoline station on Route 140 reported someone drove off without paying for gas Monday. The loss was $12.79.

FIRE

* Westminster: Pleasant Valley and Westminster responded for a fire alarm at the Bear Branch Nature Center off John Owings Road at 4:29 p.m. Wednesday. Units were out for 35 minutes.

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