Baltimore CitySTOLEN VEHICLE: Northern District -- A 1987...


September 30, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

STOLEN VEHICLE: Northern District -- A 1987 Jeep Wagoneer with tags 3SL748 was stolen Wednesday from the 3300 block of N. Charles St.

ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- A gunman robbed the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in the 5700 block of Belair Road of an undisclosed sum of money Wednesday. Police recovered some of the money that the robber had dropped.

ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a man of cash and property, all valued at more than $1,000, in the 4600 block of Erdman Ave. Wednesday.

CHURCH BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Property valued at nearly $200 was stolen Wednesday from Wayland Baptist Church in the 3200 block of Garrison Blvd.

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ROBBERY: Woodlawn Precinct -- Two men, one armed with what appeared to be a sawed-off shotgun, robbed several employees and customers of the Beauty Shop, located in the 2100 block of Gwynn Oak Ave., of money and valuables Wednesday.

BURGLARY: Essex Precinct -- An unknown number of coins were stolen Wednesday from the poker machine in the VFW building in the 700 block of Wampler Road in Middle River.

THEFT: North Point Precinct -- Police were seeking members of a family who reportedly took a refrigerator, valued at $400, with them when they vacated an apartment in the 2000 block of Paulette Road on Monday.

STOLEN CAR: North Point Precinct -- A 1994 Ford Explorer with no tags and valued at more than $23,000 was stolen Tuesday from the parking lot of Norris Ford in the 900 block of Merritt Blvd. The ignition key had been left inside the vehicle.

BURGLARY: North Point Precinct -- A TV set, VCR and a microwave oven, all valued at more than $600, were stolen Wednesday from an apartment in the 100 block of Kinship Road.

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

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