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Police briefs

June 12, 2008

Three taken to hospital after crash in Hagerstown



Three people were taken to Washington County Hospital Wednesday night after a two-vehicle accident at East Franklin and North Mulberry streets, Washington County Emergency Services dispatchers said.

The accident was reported at about 10:30 p.m., dispatchers said.




Police seek help in finding missing 15-year-old Washington County girl



The Washington County Sheriff's Department is requesting the public's assistance in finding a 15-year-old girl who has been missing for more than three months.

Katelyn Neil was reported missing Feb. 29 after she ran away from the Leitersburg Pike movie theater, and her current whereabouts are unknown, deputies said in a news release. She might be in Hagerstown or the surrounding areas or might have gone to the Prince George's County or Baltimore area, deputies said.

She is white, about 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighs about 180 pounds and has shoulder-length brown hair, deputies said.

She is on medication and her mother is concerned for her welfare, deputies said.

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Anyone with information may contact Sgt. Roy Harsh with the Washington County Sheriff's Department at 240-313-2183 or call the department's general phone number at 301-791-3020.




Gasoline siphoned from vehicles at Miller Auto Parts in Greencastle



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Someone siphoned a quarter-tank of gasoline from a delivery vehicle and a half-tank of gasoline from an employee vehicle at Miller Auto Parts on North Antrim Way in Greencastle last weekend, Greencastle Police said in a news release.

The incident happened between 3:30 p.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Monday, police said.

Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.




Greencastle Police seek information about vandalism at Food Lion



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle Police are seeking information about an incident Saturday at Food Lion on North Antrim Way in which someone took items off the shelves, opened them and dumped the products on the floor, the department said in a news release.

Two girls between 10 and 11 years old were seen in the store and appeared to have been left unattended, police said. The damage was found shortly after the girls left, police said.

Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.

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