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Crime log: Police report pit bull stolen from Canterbury Riding home

Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crimes. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts.

Howard County

Barrel House Road, between 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sept. 24. Entry gained to ground-floor apartment through unlocked window. Earrings and i-Pad stolen.

Corridor Road, 8500 block, 7:07 p.m. Sept. 23. Officers responding to wire and tools theft from building site of the new fire station, saw man prying open tool box. Man fled but was caught man after short foot pursuit. Investigation revealed wiring and temporary lighting stolen.

Livery Lane, 9200 block, between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sept. 23. Entry gained to apartment by kicking down front door. Safe containing cash was stolen.

Route 1, 10000 block, 4:15 p.m. Sept. 22. Window to truck was smashed with a brick, door handle broken. No entry made.

Canterbury Riding, 9000 block, between 3 and 7 p.m. Sept. 22. Entry gained to fenced-in backyard by prying off piece of wooden fence, then entry gained to residence by opening rear slider. Pit bull dog taken.

Route 1, 10000 block, between 6 p.m. Sept. 21 and 7:30 a.m. Sept. 22. Entry gained to Laurel Bottled Gas Co. by throwing piece of slate through front window. Gum ball machine stolen.

Moss Cliff Court, 9000 block, between 7 p.m. Sept. 18 and 4 p.m. Sept. 19. Unsuccessful attempted entry by throwing rock through rear basement window. Window frame damaged.

City of Laurel

Baltimore Avenue, 14700 block, Sept. 21. Theft.

Main Street, 300 block, Sept. 21. Theft.

Oakpointe Drive, 14000 block, Sept. 22. Theft from motor vehicle.

Second Street, Unit block, Sept. 20. Motor vehicle theft.

Baltimore Avenue, 14800 block, Sept. 19. Theft from building.

Fourth Street, 14700 block, Sept. 19. Theft from motor vehicle.

Baltimore Avenue, 14300 block, Sept. 19. Theft from motor vehicle.

Montrose Avenue, 300 block, Sept. 19. Bicycle theft.

Marshall Avenue, 300 block, Sept. 18. Theft from motor vehicle.

Domer Avenue, 300 block, Sept. 18. Shoplifting.

White Way, 800 block, Sept. 19. Bicycle theft.

Montgomery Street, 700 block, Sept. 17. Theft.

Main Street, 400 block, Sept. 17. Motor vehicle theft.

Bowie Road, 14900 block, Sept. 13. Forced entry burglary.

Compton Avenue, 400 block, Sept. 6. Theft from motor vehicle.

Prince George's County

Adkins Road, 14200 block, Sept. 16. Theft.

Muirkirk Road, 9600 block, Sept. 16. Theft from auto.

Muirkirk Road, 9600 block, Sept. 15. Stolen vehicle.

Snow Acres Drive, 8900 block, Sept. 14. Robbery.

Briarwood Drive, 13300 block, Sept. 14. Break-in.

Cherry Lane, 8600 block, Sept. 14. Break-in report.

Contee Road, 9100 block, Sept. 14. Disorderly conduct.

Hunting Lane, 8800 block, Sept. 13. Assault.

South Laurel Drive, 11700 block, Sept. 13. Assault.

Laurel Bowie Road, 12700 block, Sept. 13. Break-in report.

Contee Road, 9000 block, Sept. 13. Theft from auto.

Imperial Drive, 8400 block, Sept. 12. Break-in.

Larchdale Road, 13100 block, Sept. 12. Theft.

Matthews Court, 8900 block, Sept. 12. Weapons check.

Mistletoe Spring Road, 13000 block, Sept. 11. Break-in.

Van Dusen Road, 7300 block, Sept. 11. Theft.

South Laurel Drive, 11700 block, Sept. 11. Stolen vehicle.

South Laurel Drive, 11600 block, Sept. 11. Stolen vehicle.

South Laurel Drive, 11700 block, Sept. 11. Stolen vehicle.

Avebury Drive, 13600 block, Sept. 11. Theft from auto.

Ascot Lane, 8900 block, Sept. 11.Theft from auto.

Deerfield Road, 13200 block, Sept. 11. Theft from auto.

Contee Road, 9000 block, Sept. 10. Theft from auto.

Briarchip Street, 9100 block, Sept. 10. Theft from auto.

Arden Way, 13400 block, Sept. 10. Theft from auto.

Holly Street, 8500 block, Sept. 10. Theft from auto.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes can call the appropriate police department: city of Laurel, 301-498-0092, Prince George's County, 1-866-643-2369; Howard County, 410-313-2200.

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