Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore city...

POLICE BLOTTER

July 17, 1996|By Richard Irwin

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore city and county.

Central District

Theft from vehicle: Photographic equipment valued at more than $4,000 was stolen yesterday from a 1993 Mazda pickup truck in the first block of S. Eutaw St.

Robbery: A 28-year-old man from the 700 block of W. Fayette St. was in the 100 block of E. Chase St. yesterdaywhen a gunman robbed him of $8.

Western District

Burglary: Someone entered Herb's Check Machine in the 1600 block of W. Lafayette Ave. on Monday and stole $100 and cartons of cigarettes.

Northern District

Assault: A woman poured a flammable liquid onto the hands and arms of another woman in the 2200 block of N. Calvert St. on Monday night. The victim suffered minor injuries.

Southwestern District

Robbery: A 36-year-old Baltimore County man was in the 3300 block of Wilkens Ave. on Monday when three men, one with a tire iron, robbed him of his wallet.

Essex Precinct

Burglary: An undisclosed sum of money was stolen Monday from Terminix International in the first block of Nashua Court.

Parkville Precinct

Robbery: Police were seeking a gunman who robbed the Wawa in the 8900 block of Old Harford Road on Monday night of more than $100.

Robbery: A Glenarm man was withdrawing money from an automated teller machine at the NationsBank in the 8700 block of Satyr Hill Road yesterday when two men, one armed with a handgun, robbed him of $100.

Towson Precinct

Robbery: An 11-year-old boy was in the 6800 block of Loch Raven Blvd. on Monday when two girls robbed him of cassette tapes valued at nearly $130. When the girls began to leave, the boy retrieved the tapes and called the police. No arrests had been made.

Cockeysville

Burglary: A stamp collection valued at $75 and stereo equipment worth $200 were stolen Monday from the living room an apartment in the first block of Springhead Court.

Pub Date: 7/17/96

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