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CRIME: Business Burglaries, Stolen Screws, Vacant House Party

Local crime reported to the Baltimore County Police Department's White Marsh and Parkville Precincts.

Robbery Outside of The Avenue

March 18: At about 8:30 p.m., on the 8100 block of Honeygo Boulevard, outside of The Avenue, a 16-year-old boy was approached by three men. One of them implied that he had a knife and demanded the boy’s watch. The boy handed over his watch and the men ran away.
Police described the suspects as:

  • Black male, age 20, 5 feet 10 inches, short black hair, wearing a blue jacket and blue jeans.
  • Black male, age 18, 6 feet 5 inches, short black hair, wearing shorts and green metallic shoes.
  • Black male, age 18, with gold teeth, wearing a green shirt.

Liquor Stolen from Columbus Gardens

March 17-18: Overnight, outside of the event hall on the 4300 block of Klosterman Avenue, burglars pried open a storage trailer and stole six cases of liquor.

Maintenance Worker Chases Away Burglar

March 16: After 10 a.m. in a townhouse community on Gristmill Lane, a maintenance worker witnessed a burglar attempting to pry open a window. The worker chased the burglar away from the scene. Nothing was taken.

Batter's Box Break-In and Burglary

March 15: In the early morning, a burglar entered the sports bar on the 9500 block of Belair Road. The burglar broke a poker machine and stole the money inside.

Burglar Removes Screws from Door

March 12-14: At a home on the 4800 block of East Joppa Road, a burglar removed two screws from the front door. The home was not entered.

Party Held in Vacant Home

March 10-11: A group of people entered a vacant home on Olde Forge Lane through an unlocked rear sliding door. They had a party. Nothing was stolen.

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