POLICE* Westminster: A resident of Royer Road reported...

August 02, 1994


* Westminster: A resident of Royer Road reported someone stole a three-wheel, all-terrain vehicle valued at $1,000 from her property Saturday.

A resident of Young Way reported someone broke into her house while she was away and stole items valued at $183 Friday.

An employee of High's Dairy Store on East Green Street told police someone walked out of the store with several articles without paying for them Friday. The merchandise was valued at $44.

Someone broke into a vehicle parked on Robins Way and stole property valued at $35 Friday.

A Frederick resident reported someone broke into his office on East Main Street and stole property valued at $420 Thursday.

A resident of East Main Street told police someone entered his vehicle and stole items valued at an estimated $150 Friday.

A Hanover, Pa., resident reported someone damaged the passenger door of her auto Friday while it was parked at Cranberry Mall. She estimated the damage at $100.

A resident of Babylon Court told police someone did an estimated $50 damage to a wooden bench at the rear of her home by spraying paint on it Friday.

* Finksburg: A resident of the 4600 block of Sykesville Road told state police someone stole a marine boat engine, chain, equipment dolly and a glider swing from the 2100 block of Liberty Road on Friday. He estimated the loss at $3,350.


* Westminster: Engines from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to a building in the 100 block of Airport Drive after employees detected the odor of electrical smoke about 2:50 p.m. yesterday. Firefighters searched the building and found no fire, but called Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to check transformers and circuits. Employees in another building nearby told firefighters at the site that their building had similar odors. Units were out for 20 minutes.

Engines from Westminster, New Windsor, Winfield and Union Bridge were dispatched to investigate the odor of smoke at the Liberty Church of Maryland, in the 1600 block of Old Westminster Road, at 10:28 a.m. yesterday. Firefighters searched the building and found no fire, but remained out for an hour and 11 minutes until workers from BGE arrived.

Firefighters from Westminster responded to clean up after an accident in the 1600 block of Gorsuch Road at 8:05 a.m. yesterday. They were out for 15 minutes.

* Reese: Equipment from Reese was dispatched to an auto fire at Routes 140 and 91 at 11:46 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 34 minutes.

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