POLICE* Westminster: A Bond Street resident told police...

March 29, 1995

POLICE

* Westminster: A Bond Street resident told police Monday that someone broke into her home and stole several items on March 20. She estimated the theft at $153.

A Bishop Street resident told city police last Wednesday that a Diamondback bike was taken from his house. The loss was estimated at $305.

The Bishop Court Home Owners' Association told city police last Thursday that their cluster mailbox was defaced. The damage was estimated at $30.

An employee at the Leggett store in Cranberry Mall told city police Friday that a pair of shoes, valued at $50, was taken from the store.

An employee of the Kmart on Englar Road told city police Friday that six cartons of cigarettes, valued at $100, were taken from the store.

A resident of Manchester Avenue told city police Friday that someone broke into a residence on East Main Street, damaging a door and taking a radio, which was later recovered. The loss was estimated at $330.

A resident of Johan Drive reported to city police Friday that her car windshield was cracked. Damage was estimated at $100.

A Plankwood Road resident told city police Saturday that four men battered him and demanded personal property while he was on Longwell Avenue.

FIRE

* Westminster: Engines from Westminster and Reese responded to a chimney fire on Lucabaugh Mill Road at 2:18 p.m. yesterday. Units were out for 20 minutes.

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