Released on March 4, 2012 - 10:26am
Feb 27

Date of Release: February 27, 2012
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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02/18/12 14300 Block Baltimore Avenue
Garmin GPS system stolen from a parked car.

02/20/12 300 Block Domer Avenue
Bottle of an alcohol beverage stolen from a display at Astor Home Liquors by a white male.

02/22/12 300 Block Main Street
Two new car batteries and four old car batteries stolen from an auto parts store.

02/22/12 300 Block Montrose Avenue
Clothing stolen from a dollar store by a black female who fled in an unknown direction. 

02/22/12 8300 Block Cherry Lane
Dell laptop computer stolen from an office.

02/22/12 14700 Block Baltimore Avenue
DVD-CD Player console stolen from a parked truck.


02/22/12 14100 Block Oakpointe Drive
2001 Nissan Maxima, 4 door, Black in color with Maryland tags 5AB3493.

02/22/12 14700 Block Baltimore Avenue
2012 Chevrolet Malibu, White in color with North Carolina tags AFL8070. This car was rented and never returned. Warrant will be obtained for the person who rented the vehicle.


02/17/12 7600 Block Clare Court
Two residence were burglaries taken was jewelry and a 2008 Mercedes GL 450 SUV, Gray in color with Maryland tags 16683CC. Police received a Lo Jack hit and located the vehicle in the 6900 block Mayfair Place.

02/18/12 900 Block Eighth Street
Entry gained through a basement door. Unknown if any items were taken until an inventory is completed.

02/20/12 14000 Block Oakpointe Drive
Entry gained through a basement door. Taken was two Michael Kohrs watches.

02/21/12 14700 Block Exbury Lane
Entry gained through a window. Nothing was reported taken.

02/23/12 14600 Block Philip Court
Entry gained through a rear sliding glass door. Taken was the following property; U.S. Currency, Jewelry and Credit cards.

02/23/12 14700 Block Shiloh Court
Entry gained through a window. Taken was the following property: Dell laptop computer, black in color, Dell laptop computer, blue and green in color, Computer 1000 GB hard drive and Clothing.   


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