POLICE* Westminster: An official of the Erb Real Estate...

November 29, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: An official of the Erb Real Estate office on East Main Street reported to city police someone broke the front show window of the business Sunday. The damage is estimated at $400.

A resident of Wimert Avenue told city police someone dented the driver's door of her auto while it was parked near her house Sunday. She estimated the damage at $300.

Two residents of The Greens of Westminster reported vandals spray painted the hood of one auto and the sidewalk in front of one house Saturday. City police said fluorescent green paint was used in each incident. Total damage is unknown.

A resident of Ewing Drive told city police someone scratched the passenger's side door of his auto while it was parked near his home Saturday. Damage is estimated at $300.

A resident of Johahn Drive reported to city police someone stole a Diamondback Mini Formula I racing bike from his yard Saturday. He estimated the loss at $60.

A resident of West Green Street told city police someone broke a window of his van while it was parked near his home Saturday. He estimated the damage at $250.

A resident of Fairway Drive reported to city police someone broke the driver's side window of her auto while it was parked near her home Friday. She estimated the damage at $200.

A shopper at Cranberry Mall told city police someone damaged the antenna and windshield wiper of her auto Friday. She estimated the damage at $25.

A resident of Alymer Court told city police someone broke the driver's window of her auto while it was parked on Long Valley Road Friday. She estimated the damage at $200.

An Emmitsburg resident reported to city police someone damaged the tailgate of her vehicle while it was parked in the rear of the first block of John St. Friday. She estimated the damage at $50.

A resident of Johahn Drive told city police someone damaged her auto by pushing a shopping cart into it while it was parked on South Ralph Street Thursday. She estimated the damage at $400.

A resident of Westmoreland Street reported to city police someone stole a gas grill from his driveway Wednesday. He estimated the theft at $150.

An employee of Currence Construction Co. reported to city police someone broke into a company truck and stole equipment Nov. 22. The vehicle was parked on South Center Street. The loss was estimated at $4,000.

An official of Western Maryland College reported to city police someone discharged one of the college's fire extinguishers on the tennis court Nov. 22. Damage is estimated at $30.

A resident of Spalding Court reported to city police someone stole her purse while she was at Champ's Restaurant Nov. 19. She estimated the loss at $30.

A resident of Poole Road reported to state police someone stole a 1994 Tomas moped from McDonald's on Route 140 Saturday. The vehicle was valued at $1,400.

FIRE

* Westminster: Westminster responded to a car fire on Route 140 at Gorsuch Road at 9:17 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 37 minutes.

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