Baltimore CityROBBERY: Western District -- A resident of...

POLICE BLOTTER

March 29, 1995|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

ROBBERY: Western District -- A resident of the 1300 block of W. Fayette St. was in the first block of N. Calhoun St. yesterday when two men, one with a handgun, robbed her of $20.

ASSAULT: Southwestern District -- Police were seeking four men in a Lexus who stopped in the 1900 block of Ashburton St. last night and threatened two men by pointing a handgun at them. The victims, one from the 2700 block of W. North Ave., and the other from the 2200 block of Koko Lane, were not injured.

BURGLARY: Southeastern District -- Someone entered a house in the first block of S. Exeter St. through a kitchen door yesterday and stole cash and a coat, all valued at $700.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- A wheelchair and an air-conditioner, all valued at $400, were stolen from the back yard of a house in the 2200 block of Eastern Ave. yesterday.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- An aluminum door valued at nearly $100 was stolen from a house in the first block of S. Washington St. yesterday.

STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- A 1994 Plymouth with tags BNP 763 was stolen yesterday from the 2000 block of St. Paul St.

THEFT: Northern District -- A man entered the 7/Eleven store in the 200 block of W. 28th St. yesterday and stole two bags of kitty litter.

THEFT: Northern District -- A telephone, TV, jewelry and watches, all valued at more than $1,200, were stolen from a house in the 1000 block of Reverdy Road yesterday by someone who entered with a key.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A resident of the 2600 block of Guilford Ave. was walking near her home yesterday when a man stole her purse containing cash and property, all valued at $50.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A man robbed the Variations clothing store in the 3200 block of Greenmount Ave. of 12 sweatsuits valued at $600 yesterday after threatening to shoot a female employee. No weapon was displayed.

STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- A 1987 Jeep with vanity tags ALMUMIN was stolen yesterday from the 100 block of W. 39th St.

Baltimore County

THEFT/ARREST: Woodlawn Precinct -- Police arrested a man who attempted to leave the Sears store at the Security Square Mall in the 6900 block of Security Blvd. yesterday without paying for several shirts valued at more than $70.

BURGLARY: White Marsh Precinct -- Someone entered a house in the 5900 block of Schering Road yesterday and stole a VCR with remote control, cordless telephone and cash, all valued at nearly $700.

VANDALISM: Essex Precinct -- Police were seeking the person or persons who spray-painted playground equipment in the 1100 block of Wilson Point Road yesterday.

BURGLARY: Towson Precinct -- Merchandise valued at more than $2,600 was stolen from the Game Sanctuary in the 500 block of York Road Monday by someone who entered the building through a skylight.

STOLEN CAR: Towson Precinct -- A four-door metallic sand-colored 1986 Acura Legend with tags 761 ALH was stolen yesterday from the 8100 block of LeSalle Road.

STOLEN TRUCK: Cockeysville Precinct -- A 1986 tan Mazda 2000 pickup truck with tags 289207 and valued at $4,000 was stolen yesterday from the first block of W. Ridgely Road.

HARFORD COUNTY

THEFT: Bel Air -- A bike valued at more than $200 was stolen from a garage in the 300 block of Sedgefield Court yesterday.

THEFT: Bel Air -- Police were seeking five women who stole nearly $500 worth of dresses from the Dress Barn in the Festival Shopping Center yesterday.

METRO CRIME STOPPERS

CALL IN TIPS: Readers with information on these or other crimes can call Metro Crime Stoppers' confidential 24-hour hot line, 276-8888. Names are not taken, calls are not recorded and rewards of up to $2,000 may be paid for information.Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore and Harford counties, reported by Richard Irwin.

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