PoliceWestminster: An official of Lowe's reported to city...

September 19, 1995

Police

Westminster: An official of Lowe's reported to city police someone tried to break into the store by prying the front doors Sunday. Damage was estimated at $1,000.

Westminster: A Frederick resident told city police someone broke into his car and stole property while the vehicle was parked on Glenbrook Drive on Sunday. He estimated the loss at $715.

Westminster: An official of Baumgardner's on Railroad Avenue told city police someone tried to break into the business by prying the front doors Sunday. Damage was estimated at $400.

Westminster: A resident of West Deep Run Road reported to city police someone broke the window of his car while it was parked at Cranberry Mall on Sunday. He estimated the damage at $100.

Westminster: A resident of Wampler Lane told city police someone broke a window of his car while it was parked near his home Sunday. Damage was estimated at $100.

Westminster: A resident of Uniontown Road reported to city police that someone broke a rear window of his car while it was parked near his home Sunday. Damage was estimated at $100.

Westminster: A resident of Discovery Drive told city police someone broke a window of his car while it was parked in the first block of E. Main St. on Sunday. He estimated the damage at $100.

Westminster: Two employees of Montgomery Ward at Cranberry Mall reported to city police someone stole their property from a break room Sunday. Losses were estimated at $80.

Westminster: A city employee told police someone broke off a parking meter pole on Longwell lot Sunday. The damage was unknown.

Westminster: A New Windsor resident reported to city police someone broke the rear window of his vehicle while it was parked at Cranberry Mall on Saturday. He estimated the damage at $400.

Westminster: An official of Montgomery Ward at Cranberry Mall reported to city police someone broke a large window of the store Saturday. Damage was estimated at $300.

Westminster: A resident of West Main Street told city police someone broke a window of her car while it was parked near her home Saturday. She estimated the damage at $100.

Westminster: A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue reported to city police someone broke a window of her car while it was parked on Winters Street on Saturday. She estimated damage at $100.

Westminster: An official of the public library told city police someone stole videotapes Saturday. The loss was estimated at $260.

Westminster: A resident of Old Westminster Pike reported to city police someone broke into his car and stole property Saturday. He estimated the loss at $220.

Westminster: A resident of Bond Street told city police someone broke into her auto and stole a stereo and cassettes Friday. She estimated the loss at $180.

Westminster: An employee of Washington Heights Pharmacy on Washington Road told city police someone broke a window of one of their vehicles with a rock Friday. Damage was estimated at $100.

Westminster: An employee of Leggett department store reported to city police someone used a fraudulent credit card and stole items valued at $629 on Sept. 12.

Fire

Reese: Reese investigated an open 911 emergency telephone line in the 500 block of Bellview Drive at 12:34 a.m. Sunday. Units were out 28 minutes.

Westminster: Pleasant Valley and Westminster investigated a fire alarm sounding in a building in the 300 block of John Owings Road at 2:08 p.m. Sunday. Units were canceled after four minutes.

Westminster: Westminster responded to an auto fire in the 500 block of Baltimore Blvd. at 2:27 p.m. Saturday. Units were out 10 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to an apartment fire in the first block of E. Main St. at 6:19 p.m. Friday. Units were out 40 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster responded to a cleanup detail on Route 27 at 5:32 p.m. Friday. They were out 20 minutes.

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