On Nov. 23, a Bayview Avenue resident reported the theft of a camera and cell phone valued at $270. The resident told police he had a gathering at his home the previous evening and a friend brought an unknown man who he believes stole the items.

Armed youths

On Nov. 20 at 12:52 p.m. police received a report that four or five youths were near the Highland Avenue railroad tracks with guns, one of which resembled a shotgun and the other an air rifle. The children were gone when police arrived.

Senseless vandalism

On Nov. 21 police received a report regarding a broken light and damaged siding to one of the Scarborough Sanitary District’s pump houses on Old Neck Road. The damaged is estimate at $350.

Missing laptop

The high school reported the theft of an IBM ThinkPad laptop computer of unknown value from the Mini Lab on Nov. 21.

Meticulous thief

Employees at Hannaford Supermarket reported the theft of a toothbrush, toothpaste, razor blades and a razor valued at $27 on Nov. 21.

Slip-sliding away

On Nov. 23 Scarborough police responded to nine motor vehicle accidents in a three-hour time span due to the slippery road conditions. One officer reported a minor injury to his knee and ankle after slipping at one of the accident scenes. None of the accidents were serious.

Smashed window

A County Road resident reported Nov. 24 that someone had smashed his car window and stolen his wallet and 30 CDs valued at $390. The window is valued at $150.

Why me?

Police received a report Nov. 26 from a car owner who had an expletive scratched into his hood while it was parked at the Scarborough Marketplace. The damage is estimated at $400.

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