Baltimore County police in the Franklin precinct recently recorded the following reported incidents, among others, in the Owings Mills and greater Reisterstown communities. Anyone with information regarding these incidents may call the Franklin precinct at 410-887-6975.

Delivery man approached

On June 9, a man was making a delivery in the 4500 block of Lyons Run Circle in Owings Mills, police said.

Another man wearing black shorts and a black hooded jacket showed the delivery man a handgun and told him to give him everything he had. The robber was then seen by nearby residents and fled on foot.


PlayStation stolen

A thief entered an unlocked rear basement sliding door, June 9 in the 3800 block of Thoroughbred Lane in Owings Mills, police said.

A Sony PlayStation 3 was stolen.

Silverware taken

On June 7, a woman came home and noticed a knife on the floor and dresser drawer half open in the 9700 block of Ashlyn Circle in Owings Mills, police said.

A thief took a nickle and bronze silverware set in a teakwood case with velvet lining.

Electronics removed

Someone entered an apartment, June 8 in the 9200 block of Appleford Circle in Owings Mills, police said.

A Macbook Pro, a Sony laptop, a Canon camera and tripod, two Dell laptops, a Phillips TV, watches and clothes were removed.

Bikes gone

Between May 27-28, a robber entered a garage that was left open in the 12400 block of Preserve Way in Owings Mills, police said.

The robber took a black Mongoose bicycle.

On June 4, someone entered a yard in the 600 block of Glynock Place in Reisterstown, police said.

A robber removed a gold Mongoose bicycle from a patio.

Tires pilfered

Between May 25-31, someone entered a yard at Live Green Landscapes in the unit block of Gwynns Mill Court in Owings Mills, police said.

Eight truck tires valued at $2,500 were stolen.

Window broken

Between June 5-6, someone broke the front window at Litman Capital Management in the 10400 block of Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills, police said.

Trespassers may have been living an eating in the vacant building. Nothing was taken.

Makeshift bombs

The Baltimore County Police Department is warning residents of makeshift bombs that are being left on lawns and in mailboxes. A plastic drink bottle containing tin foil, Drano, and water can explode if picked up or shaken. The liquid from the device is also boiling hot. If found, call the police immediately.

'Police Report'

The next edition of the Baltimore County Police Department's cable program "Police Report" will resume April 5-May 2. The program will cover features about the Baltimore County Police Foundation and the department's new Citizen Online Reporting. "Police Report" will air five days a week in Baltimore County only on channel 25 and is also available online. For more information, go to www. baltimorecountymd.gov/News/index.html.