Released on March 31, 2012 - 9:51am
Mar 19

Date of Release: March 19, 2012
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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03/13/12 14600 Block Laurel Place
Apple IPOD stolen off a table in a restaurant.

03/13/12 14200 Baltimore Avenue
Food items stolen from a store by three black females who fled towards Laurel Lakes Gude Park.

03/15/12 1000 Block Marton Street
Prescription medication, Pill containers and U.S. Currency stolen from a home.

03/15/12 14600 Block Baltimore Avenue
Apple I-Pad stolen from Friday’s Restaurant.

03/16/12 14300 Block Oxford Drive
Kathy purse stolen from a parked car. Police searched the area and located the victim’s purse on Chapel Cove Drive. The only items missing was the small amount of U.S. Currency.

03/17/12 200 Block Fort Meade Road
Milwaukee power saw stolen from a parked car.

03/17/12 900 Block Montgomery Street
Heat pump condenser unit stolen from the backyard of a house.

03/17/12 14600 Block Baltimore Avenue
U.S. Currency stolen from the cash register at a store by a black male wearing blue and white striped shirt, black hat and black pants. The suspect took the money from the register and fled in an unknown direction.


03/13/12 15000 Block Baltimore Avenue
1999 Ford E250 Van, White in color with Maryland tags 41W415.


03/11/12 14700 Block Shiloh Court
Entry gained through a sliding door. Taken was an X-Box 360 games system and X-Box games.

03/13/12 15600 Block Lord Snowden Place
Entry gained through the rear sliding glass door. Nothing was reported taken.

03/16/12 100 Block Bowie Road
Entry gained through the front door. Taken was U.S. Currency from a Laundromat.

03/16/12 300 Block Montrose Avenue
Entry gained through the front door. Taken was U.S. Currency.

03/16/12 7400 Block Van Dusen Road
Two stores were broken into by breaking out glass door. Taken was U.S. Currency from both businesses.


03/16/12 Unit Block C Street
The victim made contact with a woman on the internet and agreed to meet her on C Street during the meeting two males approached the victim and placed a knife to the victim’s throat and the two suspects took the victims I-phone and his money. The suspects and the female all fled on foot in an unknown direction. The suspects were described as follows:  Two black males and a white female.

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The Laurel Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of law enforcement service to the City of Laurel citizens by aggressive Crime Prevention and vigorously pursuing and arresting criminals.