POLICE* Westminster A Mount Airy resident told city police...

September 27, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster A Mount Airy resident told city police Thursday that items worth about $230 were taken from his car, which was parked off Route 31.

An official of Traynor's Floors & Carpet on Airport Drive reported to city police Friday that a rear license plate and gas were taken from a company truck. Loss was estimated at $35.

A Western Maryland College student told city police Friday that a window of his car had been smashed and items taken from inside while the car was parked near Bair Stadium on West Main Street. The loss was estimated at $1,394.

A city employee told city police Friday that property valued at $1,231.50 had been removed from a city truck while it was parked near Old Manchester Road.

A Charles Street resident told city police Friday someone broke the headlights and flattened a tire on her car while it was parked near her residence. Damage was estimated at $175.

A Liberty Street resident told city police Thursday that items were taken from his vehicles. The value was not known.

A Pennsylvania Avenue resident told city police that two of her car windows were smashed. The loss was estimated at $400.

An employee of Mach Homes reported to city police Friday that a house under construction on Golden Eagle Court was damaged. The loss was estimated at $90.

A West Green Street resident told city police Saturday that a seat and the rear-view mirror of his car were damaged. A loss estimate was unavailable.

A Lincoln Road resident told city police Saturday that the top of his vehicle had been cut, causing about $100 in damage.

A Bixler Church Road resident told city police Friday that the rear window of his truck cap was broken while the truck was parked on Carroll Street. Damage was estimated at $100.

A Winterbury Lane resident told city police Saturday that property valued at $130 was removed from his vehicle while it was parked behind East Main Street.

Wheeler Chrysler Plymouth on Railroad Avenue reported to city police Saturday that a front window was broken out with a marble. Damage was estimated at $200.

A resident of Charles Street told city police Saturday that her purse was taken from her vehicle while it was parked at the Sheetz store on East Main Street. The loss was estimated at $20.

A resident of Finksburg told city police Sunday that a license tag was removed from his car while it was parked on East Main Street. The loss was estimated at $20.

A resident of John Street reported to city police Sunday that a Dyno VFR 20-inch bicycle was taken from his yard. The loss was estimated at $200.

FIRE

* Deer Park: Gamber responded to investigate smoke in the area of Deer Park Road at 7:45 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for more than 90 minutes.

* Westminster: Westminster and Reese responded to an automatic fire alarm in the 400 block of N. Center St. at 12:30 p.m. Monday. The alarm was canceled after two minutes.

Westminster responded to an auto fire at Routes 140 and 97 at 7:53 p.m. Friday. Units were out for 20 minutes.

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