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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.

Copper Wire Stolen

Police said between Feb. 25 and Aug. 25 of 2013, an unknown subject entered the fenced in area around the AT&T cell tower located at the 10000 block of Reisterstown Road and removed approximately 25 feet of copper wire.

No suspect information was provided.

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Copper Welding Leads, Wire Taken

On Feb. 25, police said someone entered a fenced in parking garage at the 10000 block of Grand Central Ave., Owings Mills.

The suspect removed copper welding leads and copper electric wire. No suspect information was obtained.

Home Entered

Police said someone entered a home in the 9000 block of Thistledown Road in Owings Mills Feb. 27.

Victim told police when she returned home she noticed her door was open and no signs of forced entry. Victim said nothing was missing from the apartment.

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Electronics Stolen

On Feb. 27, police said someone came home to an open front door in the 9000 block of Planetree Circle in Owings Mills with no signs of forced entry.

An unknown suspect entered and stole electronics including a computer and a TV. Victim believes suspect had a key.

Earbuds Stolen

Police responded to a report of stolen items from a car in the 12000 block of Preserve Way, Reisterstown.

The victim said he believes the vehicle was unlocked when a pair of earbuds were taken from the center console.

Home Ransacked

Feb. 27, someone entered a home in the 200 block of New Ave., Reisterstown, by throwing a large piece of concrete through a basement sliding glass door, police said.

The suspect stole various pieces of jewelry, cash and two legally-registered handguns.

Home Entered

Police said Feb. 28 an unknown subject entered a home in the unit block of Greenview Ave., in Reisterstown.

The suspect forced open a basement door but fled when he found witness inside the basement. No property was stolen.

Copper Wire Stolen

On March 1, police said Travis Davies, of Reisterstown, was arrested for allegedly stealing an estimated 550 feet of four-strand copper wire from the 200 block of Cockeys Mill Road, Reisterstown.

The theft had an estimated value of $1,490.50.

Robbery

Police said two suspects approached a man who was walking on Hammershire Road and Ewing Road in Reisterstown March 3.

The suspects pulled a gun on the victim and stole an undisclosed amount of cash, a cell phone, credit/debit card and the victim's wallet.

Handgun Shown

Police responded to a report of an unknown suspect who pointed a gun at the victim on the 100 block of Trout Brook Circle, Reisterstown.

The suspect is between the ages of 16-18. After pointing the gun at the victim, the suspect then placed the gun back in waistband and left.

Sexual Offense

On March 2, police said a juvenile female victim was pulled into her friend's home and was inappropriately touched while being held down. Both suspects are known and will be followed up with CACU.

Forced Entry

Police said unknown suspects pried open a lock fastened to a door jamb at a vacant condo in the unit block of Fox Run Court in Reisterstown.

No property was taken.

Grill Stolen

On March 9, someone stole a silver/black flat top grill from the patio at a home on the unit block of Millgate Road in Owings Mills.

No suspect information at this time.

Bike Stolen

Police said two suspects entered the fenced in back yard of a home on the 200 block of Embleton Road in Owings Mills.

The suspects stole a maroon men's mountain bike.

Arson Threat

On March 11, police responded to a telephone misuse with a threat of arson at the 100 block of West Chesnut Hill Lane in Reisterstown.

The victim stated her son had called her and said he was coming over to pick up his belongings and to burn the house down.

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