Police Blotter


July 22, 2009|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Central Baltimore

Bank robbery: Police and the FBI were seeking a man who robbed the Sun Trust Bank in the 1200 block of N. Charles St. about 10:30 a.m. Monday of an undisclosed sum after giving a teller a holdup note. Anyone with information is asked to call the district at 410-396-2411 or the FBI at 410-265-8080.

Stolen vehicle: A silver-colored Honda with tags 8BJ R82 was stolen Monday in the 1900 block of Maryland Ave.

Burglary: Copper wire, a shop vacuum, tools, extension cords and an uninstalled security system were stolen between Friday and Monday from a house in the 1400 block of Druid Hill Ave. by someone who entered through a rear door.

Burglary: Someone entered an apartment in the 1000 block of St. Paul St. from a fire escape Monday and stole a laptop computer valued at $750.

Baltimore Co. -- White Marsh

Carjacking: An employee of Chic Fil A in the 5100 block of Campbell Blvd. was approaching his car about 10 a.m. Monday with money for a bank deposit when a man with a knife forced him into the passenger seat and drove off. Before stopping on Stapleford Road near Nottingham Park several minutes later, the man robbed the employee of his cell phone battery and an undisclosed amount of money and escaped.

Baltimore Co. -- Essex

Rape attempt: A woman, 18, from Middle River was walking along Middle River Road near Compass Road about 1 a.m. Monday when she was attacked by two men who attempted to rape her. During a struggle, the woman pulled out a box cutter and slashed one of the men in the stomach, causing her attackers to flee.

Baltimore Co. -- Pikesville

Carjacking arrests: Two teenage boys have been arrested and charged as adults in the attempted carjacking of a 73-year-old woman in the 8000 block of Mollye Road about 4 p.m. Monday. Their names were not available. Police said a BB gun was used in the attempt.

-Richard Irwin

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