Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

July 24, 2009|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Central Baltimore

Theft: A handicap placard was stolen Wednesday from a 1998 Ford Explorer parked in the 300 block of Light St. by someone who shattered a window to gain entry.

Burglary/stolen vehicle: Police were seeking the person who broke into a house in the 1200 block of Bolton St. in Bolton Hill through a basement door between Tuesday night and early Wednesday and stole a set of keys, $100, a lap top computer and credit cards. After exiting the house, the intruder stole the occupant's blue 2003 Audi with handicap tags 67442.

Balto. Co. -- White Marsh

Burglary: Someone entered onto the property of a house in the 4600 block of Bucks School House Road between Tuesday and Wednesday and stole two no trespassing signs. The signs were valued at $75.

Robbery: Police were seeking a man who entered the Arby's in the 4100 block of Wholesale Club Road about 10 p.m. Wednesday and forced an employee to give him money from a cash register. The man then forced another employee into an office and made him give him money from a safe. The man then fled with an undisclosed sum.

Balto. Co. -- Franklin

Armed robbery: Two employees of Festival Cleaners in the 9200 block of Lakeside Blvd. were working about 1 p.m. Wednesday when a man with a shotgun entered the business through a back door and ordered one of them to give him money from the cash register. He escaped with an undisclosed sum.

Balto. Co. -- Pikesville

Vandalism: Police were seeking whoever broke into a shed at Pikesville High School in the 7600 block of Labyrinth Road between Sunday and Wednesday, removed cans of white and orange spray paint and painted concrete pavements and part of the football field. Anyone with information is asked to call the precinct at 410-887-1279.

Burglary: Two bicycles were stolen from the balcony of an apartment in the 6900 block of Marsue Drive on Wednesday.

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