POLICE* Westminster: A city employee reported to police...

September 14, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: A city employee reported to police someone destroyed shrubs Monday at the city swimming pool on Royer Road. The damage is estimated at $60.

The driver-side windows of two cars parked on East Main Street were shattered Saturday by an unknown person, according to city police. The damage totaled $350.

A resident of Manchester reported someone entered her auto and stole items valued at $23 Friday. The vehicle was parked at the Sheetz convenience store on East Main Street.

A resident of East Main Street reported someone slashed two tires on his vehicle Friday. The car was parked on Pennsylvania Avenue and the damage is estimated at $100.

A resident of Hanover, Pa., told police someone entered her car and stole her wallet and other property Thursday while the vehicle was parked on the Grace Lutheran Church lot on Carroll Street. She was unable to estimate the loss.

An intruder broke into a dwelling on East Main Street and stole property valued at $33 Thursday.

An official of Mack Homes of Owings Mills reported someone broke a window of a house under construction on Mulligan Lane on Thursday. The damage is estimated at $100.

A resident of Fowler Road told police someone scratched the side of her car Sept. 7. while it was parked on North Center Street. The damage is estimated at $1,500.

An official of Deer Field Electric Co. reported someone broke into a building under construction at Cranberry Square and stole copper wire. The theft was estimated at $320.

FIRE

* Westminster: Firefighters from the Westminster station responded to a brush fire at Routes 27 and 140 at 1:46 p.m. Sunday. They were out for 26 minutes.

Volunteers from Westminster were dispatched to a tractor fire in the 1600 block of Carriage Hill Drive at 12:36 p.m. Saturday. They were out for 43 minutes.

* Reese: Firefighters from the Reese station responded to a brush fire on Dede Road at 10:04 a.m. Sunday. They were out for 20 minutes.

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