Released on December 17, 2011 - 9:19am
Dec 11

Date of Release: December 12, 2011  
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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12/01/11 200 Block Fort Meade Road
Coins stolen from a parked car.

12/06/11 14700 Block Fourth Street
Trek 2010 Sky S1 18 speed female bicycle, Black and light blue in color with a black seat with white trim stolen from a second floor balcony.

12/07/11 100 Block Washington Boulevard
Toshiba laptop computer stolen from behind the bar at Tastee Diner.

12/07/11 14200 Block  Baltimore Avenue
HTC Senstion cell phone stolen from a display at Staples.

12/07/11 14800 Block Baltimore Avenue
Failure to pay for cab fare that originated in Annapolis. The suspect exited the cab without payment. Warrant is being obtained charging the suspect with theft.

12/07/11 300 Block Marshall Avenue
Crickett cell phone and credit card stolen from a building.  

12/08/11 300 Block Montrose Avenue
Pair of shoes stolen from Famous Footwear Store by a black male, 18-21 years of age who fled in an unknown direction.

12/08/11 1000 Block Turney Avenue
HP laptop computer and various medications stolen from a parked van.


12/06/11 14600 Block Laurel-Bowie Road
2004 Buick Le Sabre, 4 door, Tan in color with Maryland tags 7AH5621.

12/06/11 7800 Block Contee Road
2003 Chrysler Town and Country van, Champagne in color with Maryland tags M844603.

12/06/11 14000 Block Vista Drive
1998 Honda VFR800 motorcycle, Red in color with Maryland tag D13401.

12/11/11 14900 Block Cherrywood Drive
1999 Dodge Minivan, Beige in color with Maryland tags 36265M3.


12/05/11 14200 Block Park Center DriveEntry forced in a shed and the following property taken: Portable generator and a Power Blower.

12/09/11 7400 Block Olive Branch Way
Entry gained through a patio glass door. Taken were U.S. Currency and various pieces of jewelry.


12/09/11 14000 Block Baltimore Avenue
Police are investigating an armed robbery at Wendy’s Restaurant. Suspect entered the restaurant as the employee was leaving and pushed her back inside the building. Suspect demanded money and the victim’s purse. The victim refused at which time the suspect pulled a black handgun and placed it against the employee’s neck, the employee handed the suspect her purse and money at which time the suspect fled on foot, running south on Baltimore Avenue. On one was injured. The suspect is described as follows: Black male, 30-40 years of age, Tall, Curly hair, wearing a gray sweater     with white stains, dark colored pants, green and white knit hat and armed with a small black pistol.

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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.