Baltimore CityTHEFT: Southwestern District -- Someone...


August 10, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

THEFT: Southwestern District -- Someone entered a job site in the 2700 block of Wilkens Ave. over the weekend and stole four tires worth $400 from a piece of city equipment used for cleaning sewers.

BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Someone entered a house in the 6500 block of Eberle Drive Monday and stole two ATM cards.

BURGLARY/ARREST: Northwestern District -- Police responding to a burglary in progress in the 4400 block of Elderon Ave. Monday, spotted a man standing next to an outdoor storage shed. The man fled, but was caught and arrested. No property was reported missing.

THEFT/ARREST: Northern District -- Police arrested a man who attempted to leave the Family Dollar Store in the 2800 block of Greenmount Ave. Monday without paying for nine tubes of toothpaste.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a house in the 2900 block of Wyman Park Drive Monday through a kitchen door and stole a video camcorder and tapes, all valued at more than $1,500. In the same block the same day, someone attempted to enter two other homes.

THEFT: Northern District -- A resident of the 900 block of W. University Parkway reported that while his car was parked in the 200 block of Somerset Drive Monday, someone entered the vehicle and stole his wallet containing more than $100.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- Police were seeking the person who entered a home in the 3500 block of Keswick Road between Sunday night and Monday morning and stole property valued at nearly $400.

THEFT: Northern District -- An in--- AM-FM compact disc player valued at nearly $800 was stolen from a Volkswagen parked in the first block of E. 27th St. Monday.

ROBBERY: Western District -- A gunman entered Lee's Grocery Store in the 1800 block of Mosher St. Monday afternoon and demanded money from an employee standing behind the counter. After taking an undisclosed sum from the register, the employee threw the money at the gunman, who picked it up and fled.

THEFT/ARREST: Western District -- A man attempted to steal a ratchet wrench set worth $22 from a McCrory department store in the 2400 block of Liberty Heights Ave. Monday but was detained by a store security officer and arrested.

Baltimore County

ROBBERY: Cockeysville Precinct -- After a man ordered a sandwich at the Subway carryout in the 10000 block of York Road Monday night, he placed a paper bag on the counter and demanded money while implying he was armed. The man escaped with an undisclosed sum.

ROBBERY: Towson Precinct -- A gunman wearing a red T-shirt and black shorts robbed the Shell gasoline station in the 6000 block of York Road Monday morning of $30.

BURGLARY: Towson Precinct -- Someone entered the Pleasant Plains Citgo station in the 900 block of Taylor Ave. between Sunday night and Monday morning after breaking a window and stole four tires.

BURGLARY: Towson Precinct -- A man entered a house in the first block of Burkleigh Road Sunday night. When the occupant encountered him, the intruder fled, taking a gold necklace, ring and bracelet, with a total value of more than $1,000.

STOLEN CAR: Garrison Precinct -- Someone stole a brown 1983 Buick station wagon with tags XPZ 035 while it was parked in the 11500 block of Reisterstown Road Sunday with the engine running.

STOLEN CAR: Garrison Precinct -- A 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass with tags PZE 720 was stolen from the 3700 block of Old Court Road Sunday.

STOLEN CAR: Garrison Precinct -- A red, four-door 1988 Oldsmobile Delta 88 with tags 049 ABF was stolen Sunday from the 7600 block of Labyrinth Road.


CALL IN TIPS: Readers with information on these or other crimes can call Metro Crime Stoppers' confidential 24-hour hot line, 276-8888. Names are not taken, calls are not recorded and rewards of up to $1,000 may be paid for information.

Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, reported by Richard Irwin.

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