The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard...

HOWARD CRIME REPORT

October 31, 2001

The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard County compiled from police. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-313-3700.

East Columbia

Minstrel Way: 7100 block, Owen Brown. A brown 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass with Maryland plates was stolen Oct. 24.

Sheerock Court: 5600 block, Long Reach. A blue 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass was stolen Oct. 24.

West Columbia

Columbia Road: 5600 block, Dorsey's Search. Someone took jewelry and a George Foreman Grill from a residence Oct. 19. The resident believes she may have left a set of keys in her mailbox the day before the objects were taken.

Countless Stars Run: 6000 block, River Hill. Someone pried open the rear door to a residence Oct. 24, ransacked the residence and took a PlayStation.

Nightmist Court: 10300 block, Wilde Lake. Two men were observed carrying property from a residence Oct. 22. The two were dressed in coveralls and appeared to be contractors.

Ellicott City/Elkridge

Fairway Drive: 10200 block, Ellicott City. Someone stole a purse from a residence Oct. 22 or 23 after entering through the garage door.

Glenmore Avenue: 6400 block, Elkridge. Someone pried the lock from a shed and took a four-wheel all-terrain vehicle Oct. 19 or 20.

Meadowridge Road and Roosevelt Boulevard: Elkridge. A male wearing a black ski mask and carrying his clothes exposed himself Oct. 24 as he ran through a wooded area. He drove away in a red pickup truck.

Meadowridge Road: 6400 block, Elkridge. A white 2000 Toyota Echo with Maryland plates was stolen Oct. 25.

Washington Boulevard: 6200 block, Elkridge. Someone broke through the drywall of Neu Valley Nursery and took the store's cash register Oct. 18 or 19.

N.Laurel/Savage/Jessup

Manorwood Drive: 9000 block, North Laurel. Someone forced open a basement window on Oct. 25 and took a laptop computer and jewelry.

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