Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Nov. 30
Check out crime going on around the region.
Two men carjacked a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint shortly after midnight. Read the full story on Pikesville Patch.
A woman arrived at her home and called police when she heard someone moving around upstairs. No intruder was found, but the screen to a window was destroyed and furniture inside was moved. Read more about crime in Lutherville-Timonium Patch.
In two separate burglaries a Neil Young photo and 100 gallons of diesel were stolen. Read more about crime in Hunt Valley-Cockeysville Patch.
Police continue to investigate a Towson-area shooting. Read the full story on Towson Patch.
Police have released surveillance photos of a man they say tried to rob a Royal Farms store. Read the full story on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.
Police are investigating possible connections to crimes around Baltimore and Harford Counties after a Verizon Wireless store was burglarized for the second time last month. Read the full story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.
Computers and projectors were stolen from Red House Run Elementary School in Rosedale. Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.
An 11-year-old Holabird Middle School student was arrested after he allegedly brought a starter pistol to school. Read more about crime in Dundalk Patch.
A Perry Hall man was arrested after he allegedly set some shrubbery on fire in the Abingdon area of Harford County. Read the full story on Perry Hall Patch.