November 25, 2009

Reward For Stolen Catonsville Sign

Residents of Catonsville are awaiting the return of a 15-year-old town sign that was stolen from its Frederick Road location more than a week ago, said Karen Gatzke, director of a fledgling nonprofit group, We Love Catonsville.
Gatzke said the hand-painted sign, which hung at 300 Frederick Road, depicted historic Catonsville images: a trolley pulled by horses in front of a house.
In its place now hangs a sign that reads, "Catonsville wants its sign back."
We Love Catonsville is offering a $300 reward and dinner for two at Catonsville Gourmet on Frederick Road for the original sign's return.
"This is a community that cares deeply about its roots as well as our future," said Gatzke, a real estate agent for Coldwell Banker on Frederick Road. "It means a lot to our town."


Anonymous said...

that is sad and terrible, I hope it is returned and found.

Anonymous said...

You have got to be kidding me? Sometimes I wonder what goes through peoples minds. RETURN THE SIGN!!!

Anonymous said...

Pretty cool vibe we have going here, keep it going =]

Anonymous said...

nice stuff here, very very nice

Bud Hess said...

A friend of mine has passed away. He was on a local TV Station news about the stolen sign when it happened. I am trying find out who may know what station carried the tape and where I may obtain a copy of it.Any info would be appreciated.


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