ROBBERY: Northern District -- A gunman entered Evolved Boutique in the 1600 block of Sulgrave Ave. yesterday and robbed a female employee of three gold bracelets, a gold necklace, a personal organizer and other property, all valued at more than $700.
STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- A gray 1985 Ford station wagon with West Virginia tags 9CY889 was stolen over the weekend from the 200 block of McKewin Ave. The theft was reported yesterday.
THEFT: Northern District -- Someone entered the Roland Park Country School in the 5200 block of Roland Ave. over the weekend and stole a VCR valued at more than $300.
STOLEN CAR: Northwestern District -- A white 1976 Chevrolet truck owned by American Vending Service was stolen yesterday from the 5200 block of Fairlawn Ave. The truck, with red lettering, had tags 327787.
STOLEN CAR: Southwestern District -- A 2-door burgundy 1988 Nissan with tags CFN 762 was stolen yesterday from the 2900 block of Westwood Ave.
BURGLARY: White Marsh Precinct -- Someone entered two construction trailers parked in the 4900 block of Campbell Blvd. over the weekend. Stolen from a trailer owned by Tri Electrical Construction were two radios valued at more than $300. From a trailer owned by Ind. Telephone Services was a hammer drill and tires, all valued at $800.
ROBBERY: Garrison Precinct -- A motorist was robbed of his wallet and an undisclosed sum of money yesterday by two men after his car was intentionally hit by their Pontiac Grand Am in the 1000 block of Flagtree Lane.
STOLEN MOTORCYCLE: Edgewood -- A red and black 1990 Kawasaki Ninja-style motorcycle with tags 7309D1 was stolen yesterday from the 1300 block of Clover Valley Way.
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Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore and Harford counties, reported by Richard Irwin.