Neighborhood Watch: South

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Robbery
500 block W. Hamburg St., Sunday, Aug. 21, 3:47 a.m.: Two men were attacked by a group of suspects, driven to the ground, kicked and punched. One man was robbed of his cell phone and shoes; the other man lost his wallet, ID and cash.

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300 block S. Fulton Ave., Sunday, Aug. 21, 12:45 a.m.: A woman told police she was sitting in the living room when a woman came into the house with a handgun saying “Where’s your _____? The suspect put the gun to the woman’s forehead, took her purse and fled. The victim said there was another person outside the door, possibly a lookout.

500 block Parkin St., Thursday, Aug. 25, 11:45 p.m.: A man and his wife had just closed their carryout and were in their car when two men began to bang on the passenger window with a handgun, saying “Open the door!” The man got out of the driver’s side of the car and the suspects stole his day’s receipts and fled.

Aggravated assault
Unit block S. Carrollton Ave., Sunday, Aug. 21, 3:30 a.m.: A man was cut during an argument at home.

Burglary
700 block W. Pratt St., Monday, Aug. 22, noon: Someone broke into a house and stole games, a Netbook and a camera.

1000 block S. Hanover St., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 7 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole a computer, watches, phones and cash.

1800 block Eagle St., Thursday, Aug. 25, 10:50 a.m.: Someone broke into a house to steal the copper pipes. Police arrested a suspect and confiscated his tools.

1100 block S. Hanover St., Friday, Aug. 26, 5 p.m.: Someone broke into a store through the back door. Nothing was reported stolen at the time.

1200 block W. Pratt St., Saturday, Aug. 27, 1:01 a.m.: Someone broke into a shed and stole tools.

Arson
1400 block W. Pratt St., Thursday, Aug. 25, 5:50 a.m.: Someone set a parked car on fire.

Stolen auto
1400 block Patapsco St., Monday, Aug. 22, 8:30 p.m.: Someone stole a 1997 Chevy.

Unit block S. Calhoun St., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 3 p.m.: Someone tampered with the ignition of a Ford van in a vain attempt to steal it.

100 block Parkin St., Saturday, Aug. 27, 10:45 p.m.: Someone stole a motor scooter.
1700 block W. Lombard St., Saturday, Aug. 27, 8 a.m.: Mo-ped stolen.

Larceny
2700 block Port Covington Dr., Sunday, Aug. 21, 4:15 p.m.: Someone shoplifted CDs.

1500 block S. Hanover St., Monday, Aug. 22, 11 a.m.: A woman told police that when the nanny returned from a walk with the victim’s child she left the stroller outside, where someone took it.

800 block E. Fort Ave., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 1 p.m.: A suspect was arrested for shoplifting toothpaste.

1100 block Light St., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 5 p.m.: A suspect was arrested for shoplifting clothing.

1300 block Covington St., Friday, Aug. 26, 12:01 a.m.: Someone stole the license tag and sticker from a parked car.

1500 block W. Pratt St., Friday, Aug. 26, 4:27 p.m.: Someone stole a central air conditioning unit from the back yard of a house.

Stolen from park cars: two sets of ID, a radar detector, CDs, a charger, sunglasses, a GPS and an iPod. Police continue to plead that motorists clear their belongings from the car’s interior when parking.

Neighborhood Watch is a representative sampling, not a comprehensive listing, of crimes reported to the Southern District of the Baltimore Police Department. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.

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