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Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Oct. 19

Check out what's going on crime-wise around the region.

Arbutus

Obviously stressed after invading a home, a burglar stole blood pressure medication along with a jewelry box. Read more about crime in Arbutus Patch.

Catonsville

A criminal gang is suspected in a spate of thefts from cars in the area. Read more about crime in Catonsville Patch.

Pikesville

A burglar used a homeowner's own luggage to transport stolen electronics and entertainment equipment out of a home. Read about crime in Pikesville Patch.

Towson

Two men were robbed of their cell phones at gunpoint. Read more about crime in Towson Patch.

Lutherville-Timonium

The front passenger side windows of four cars were smashed, but nothing was stolen. Read more about crime in Lutherville-Timonium Patch.

Hunt Valley

A burglar tried, unsuccessfully, to bust into an auto parts store using a shovel. Maybe he would have had better luck digging? Read more about crime in Hunt Valley Patch.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

An Owings Mills High School student who was arrested after he brought a BB gun to school was sent to the Charles Hickey School in Parkville.  Read more about crime in Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.

Parkville-Overlea

A burglar broke into a home and, ignoring expensive fishing rods, tools and eletronics opted only to steal a white ceramic piggy bank containing $10 in change from a bedroom. Read more about crime in Parkville-Overlea Patch.

Essex-Middle River

A man was robbed as he crossed a footbridge—the robber placed the victim in a chokehold and issued a demand: give me your Nikes. Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.

Dundalk

Police are looking for the public's help in solving an attempted murder that took place in a parking lot. Read more about crime in Dundalk.

Perry Hall

A man, alleged to have used a knife in a robbery at White Marsh Mall, was arrested while behind the wheel of a stolen car . Read more about crime in Perry Hall.

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