Man discovers burglar fleeing from his home with television

September 26, 1996

Someone broke into a Glen Burnie home Tuesday and stole a television valued at $160, county police said.

Paul Wayne Wyatt, 56, of the 600 block of Old Stage Road told police he was in his home about 3: 30 a.m. when he heard a loud noise in the sun room.

Wyatt told police he thought the noise was his son closing the sliding glass door, but when he looked in the room, he saw a man running out of the door into the backyard, police said.

The burglar dropped a set of speakers on the sofa but took a 13-inch television from its stand, police said.

A police K-9 unit tracked the burglar to Old Stage Road but did not find a suspect. Police do not have a detailed description of the man.

Treated lumber is stolen from building-supply store

Someone stole $150 worth of pressure-treated lumber from a Glen Burnie Hechinger store Monday, county police said.

Hechinger manager Thomas P. McGowan called police to the store in the first block of Mountain Road shortly before 10 p.m. after he saw two men taking lumber and loading it into a U-Haul truck, police said.

McGowan took down the tag number from the truck, but did not know what state the tags were from, police said.

The two men drove east on Mountain Road, police said.

McGowan estimated 60 boards were taken from the rear of the store.

Police log

Glen Burnie: Someone cut three locks off storage trailers behind Wal-Mart in the 7900 block of Crain Highway in Glen Burnie overnight Sunday and stole three tripod stands, together valued at $569.

Pub Date: 9/26/96

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