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Police offer guidelines for trick or treating


Westminster police say Halloween trick or treating for children under age 12 should be restricted to the hours between dusk and 9 p.m. Oct. 31 in the city.

Residents who wish to participate should put on their outside lights and children should only go to these houses.

It is recommended that children go trick or treating in their own neighborhoods and wear light clothing, so they are visible after dark.


Westminster: An employee of The Wall store at Cranberry Mall reported that someone stole items valued at $18 from the store Wednesday.

Westminster: A resident of Taneytown told police someone stole the rear license tag from her car while it was parked on East Main Street on Tuesday.

Westminster: The owners of two homes in the city reported that someone cut the screens in an apparent attempt to gain entry Tuesday. One house was on Babylon Court and the other was on East Main Street. The total damage was estimated at $50.


Reese: Reese responded to a lockout detail in the 2000 block of Lawndale Road at 10:14 a.m. Wednesday. Units were out 17 minutes.

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