Havre de Grace police probe scaffolding theftAn employee...

POLICE BEAT

August 14, 1994

Havre de Grace police probe scaffolding theft

An employee of a Monkton construction company told Havre de Grace police that someone stole scaffolding between July 29 and Monday from a job site in the 1600 block of Clark Road. Police estimated the loss at $2,140.

Anyone with information about this incident should contact the Havre de Grace Police Department at (410) 939-2121.

Crime Solvers offers reward in home break-in

Harford County Crime Solvers, a group of concerned citizens, is offering a reward up to $1,000 for the arrest and indictment of those responsible for breaking into a Jarrettsville home July 31.

Police said someone damaged a basement window to get inside the home, ransacked rooms and stole a red and blue 1975 Bultaco motorcycle, a video recorder and a safe.

The loss was estimated at $5,000, police said.

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

Callers do not need to give their names or appear in court.

BEL AIR

* 2100 block of Emmorton Road: Someone stole $3,315 worth of pipes, water valves and miscellaneous fittings from a construction site July 29, Harford County sheriff's deputies said.

BELCAMP

* 1300 block of Liriope Court: Someone stole a 1994 Ducati motorcycle parked outside a residence. The loss was estimated at $8,360.

EDGEWOOD

* 600 block of Silverbell Drive: Someone smashed a vehicle window Aug. 3 to steal a camera and a wallet. The loss was estimated at $350.

FALLSTON

* 2900 block of Winchester Way: Someone broke into a storage shed July 30 and stole auto parts worth an estimated $31,500.

FOREST HILL

* 2000 block of Brandy Drive: Someone stole a circuit breaker box from a house under construction Aug. 2. The loss was put at $750.

JOPPATOWNE

* Mariner Point Park: Someone vandalized trees in the county-owned park July 31. The damage was estimated at $300.

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