Released on January 31, 2012 - 10:24pm
Jan 30

Date of Release: January 30, 2012
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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01/09/12 15700 Block Dorset Road
Power and hand tools stolen from a parked van.

01/11/12 800 Block Fifth Street
Black folder that contained,
Passport, two check books, U.S. Currency, Employment card, Social Security card, I-20 Form and Driver’s license stolen from a vehicle parked at a repair shop.

01/20/12 300 Block Montrose Avenue
Movado ring and a gold bracelet stolen from a business while the victim was paid for services and left the jewelry on a table.

01/24/12 14300 Block Baltimore Avenue
GPS system stolen from a parked car.

01/24/12 14200 Block Baltimore Avenue
GPS system stolen from a parked car.

01/25/12 7900 Block Braygreen Road
Garmin GPS system stolen from a parked car.

01/26/12 15100 Block Baltimore Avenue
Change purse containing U.S. Currency and a Debit card was stolen from a counter at CVS Pharmacy.

01/27/12 Unit Block B Street
Backpack containing a wallet, books U. S. Currency, Social Security card, driver’s license and identification card stolen from an apartment room.

01/27/12 13700 Block Baltimore Avenue
Wallet stolen from an unlocked car.

01/27/12 14100 Block Baltimore Avenue
Drivers license, USB drive and earphones stolen from a parked SUV truck.

01/27/12 Unit Block Second Street
U.S. Currency stolen from three purses that were inside an employee storage room at a hotel.


01/23/12 100 Block Woodland Court
2010 Toyota Camry, 4 door, Silver in color with Maryland tags 1AK2654.


01/23/12 13800 Block Clarkwood Lane
Entry attempted by breaking a rear glass door window. Nothing was reported taken.

01/24/12 14100 Block Bowsprit Lane
Entry gained through a patio door. Taken was the following items: Clothing, Shoe’s, Hats, DVD’s and a Playstation 3 game system.


01/24/12 600 Block Washington Boulevard
Two men entered the S & G Wireless Store and began asking questions about cell phones. The second suspect displayed a handgun. The suspects forced the employee to the floor and tied his hands with zip ties. The suspects fled with numerous cell phones and the victim’s wallet. The suspects were described as two black males, both in their 20’s, one was 5’06” and the other 6’02” tall with a mustache and armed with a handgun.  


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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.