POLICE* Westminster: A New Windsor resident reported that...

July 25, 1995

POLICE

* Westminster: A New Windsor resident reported that his car was broken into while it was parked on West Main Street on Sunday, and property was stolen. He estimated the value of the goods at $370.

A resident of Hanover, Pa., told police that her car was broken into and property stolen while it was parked in the city's Sherwood Avenue lot Sunday. She estimated the theft at $175.

A South Center Street resident reported to police that his house was broken into Saturday and $350 was stolen.

A resident of New Windsor Road told police that her car was broken into and property stolen Thursday while the vehicle was parked near her home. She estimated the value of goods at $148.

FIRE

* Westminster: Westminster firefighters responded to a call about debris on fire at Bishop and Center streets at 10:36 p.m. Sunday. They were out for one hour.

The Westminster fire company investigated a fire alarm in the 300 block of Barnes Ave. at 10:05 p.m. Sunday. They were out for 20 minutes.

Engines from the Westminster and Reese companies were dispatched to a commercial fire alarm on East Main Street at 10:17 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 16 minutes.

Firefighters from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to a building fire on West Main Street at 6:06 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 13 minutes.

* Reese: Firefighters responded to a tree fire in the 1500 block of Dulaney Road at 12:12 p.m. Sunday. They were out for 15 minutes.

Engines from the Reese station responded to an auto fire on Route 140 at 12:29 a.m. Saturday. They were out for 44 minutes.

* Finksburg: Firefighters from Gamber, Reese and Reisterstown were dispatched to an auto fire on Route 91 and Bloom Road at 9:46 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for an hour and 14 minutes.

Reese responded to an auto fire at routes 140 and 91 at 7:47 a.m. Friday. Units were out for 24 minutes.

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