Friday, March 1, 2013
According to a craigslist post, the cat has been missing since Monday.
A cat is missing from the Hillendale Park neighborhood and we're looking to our readers to help get him home. The cat's owner, Jerica Root, said that the cat went missing Monday night near the intersection of Dalesford Road and Clearwood Road in Hillendale Park. A photo of the missing kitty, a 10-year-old orange-and-white tabby between 10 and 12 pounds, is attached to this article. A craigslist posting about the missing cat can be found here. Root asked that anyone with information about the missing cat call her at 443-223-2789. Have you seen this cat? Tell us in the comments.
Friday, June 22, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases were a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Harford Road, 8000 block. Between 7 p.m. June 19 and 11:30 a.m. June 20. A yorkie/poodle mix dog was stolen from an apartment while the tenant was away. A burglar got inside, possibly through an unlocked rear window. The tenant found the front door slightly ajar upon returning home. Patch first reported about the dog on Wednesday when Parkville Animal Hospital posted to their Facebook page about it on the owners behalf. A police report states that the missing dog is a male, about 10 pounds with brown and white hair and that the dog answers to "Nibbles." A photo of the dog is attached to this article. Putty Hill Avenue, 3700 block. Between June 16 and June 19. Diesel fuel was siphoned from three trailers and a bonfire was started on the …
Friday, June 8, 2012
The bird went missing Thursday night.
A parrot named Lou is missing from his Nottingham home. Mary McCarrell, owner of Got Tan on Harford Road, posted in the Facebook group Parkville Main Street last night that the bird, which belongs to one of her employees, got loose. The gray-colored parrot was last seen in a stand of pine trees near the Fox Hall Apartments leasing office on Walther Boulevard in Nottingham, McCarrell said on Facebook. "Lou is a treasured part of the family and they are devastated," McCarrell wrote. She asks that anyone with information about the missing parrot call Got Tan tanning studio at 410-665-1045. A picture of Lou is attached to this article, and a reward is being offered for the parrot's safe return. The full text of McCarrell's Facebook post …