Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of March 15
Check out a roundup of crime stories from around the region.
Police are looking for the public's help in identifying a man they say robbed an area 7-Eleven store back in late December. Read the full story on Catonsville Patch.
A Pikesville resident reportedly scared a burglar away by turning on a light in the house. Read this and other crime stories on Pikesville Patch.
A teenager was arrested after he allegedly threatened his friends with a gun because one of them hit a flower pot with his car. Read the full story on Lutherville-Timonium Patch.
A burglar broke into a Chinese restaurant, stole money from a register then broke through the drywall into a neighboring bank. Read this and other crime stories on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch
Copper wire was stolen from an area cell phone tower. Read the full story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.
Two 14-year-old boys were arrested at an area library after police say they committed two burglaries. Read the full story on Towson Patch.
An unlocked home was burglarized. Read the full story on Perry Hall Patch.
A deliveryman was robbed and struck with a gun in the Abell neighborhood. Read the full story on North Baltimore Patch.
A threat made outside an area KMart sparked a chase, led to a barricade situation and an area school being placed on lockdown. Read the full story on Dundalk Patch.