Released on October 3, 2011 - 6:07pm
Oct 03

Date of Release: October 3, 2011  
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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09/24/11 7600 Block Brooklyn Bridge Road
Jewelry was taken from a jewelry box inside the home.

09/27/11 8000 Block Cherry Lane
Samsung cell phone stolen from a student as she was walking home by three black males 16-19 years of age who took her phone and fled on foot towards Ashford Court.

09/30/11 14600 Block Cambridge Circle
Drivers side air bag stolen from a parked vehicle.


09/24/11 200 Block Fort Meade Road
2009 GM Hicube Penske Leasing Truck, Yellow in color with Maryland tags 7AF9521.


09/24/11 9300 Block Spring House Lane
No signs of forced entry. Taken was the following property: Sony Bravia 60 inch television and a Sony DVD Player.

09/25/11 7700 Block Stratfield Lane
Entry attempted through a window. Suspect fled the area when the burglary alarm activated.

09/25/11 8200 Block Harvest Bend Lane
No signs of forced entry. Taken were U.S. Currency and an IPOD.

09/28/11 14200 Block Westmeath Drive
Entry gained through the rear sliding glass door. Taken were U.S. Currency and Jewelry.

10/01/11 14900 Block Laurel Oaks Lane
No signs of forced entry. Taken were jewelry and a Kindle electronic book


09/25/11 100 Block Washington Boulevard
A 47 year old Goldsboro, North Carolina man reported that he was robbed as he walking from a local pub. The victim advised he was in a parking lot when he was struck in back of the head causing him to fall at which time the suspect reached into the pocket and removed his money. The suspect fled on foot. The suspect is described as a black male who had no shirt NFD.

09/27/11 14700 Block Baltimore Avenue
A 14 year old youth reported to police that he was walking with a friend when they noticed two subjects following then as they exited the Laurel Mall, the victim walked inside a furniture store in an attempt to evade the subjects but they entered the store as well. The suspects told the victim to give them everything you have, when the victim told the suspects he did not have anything they reached into his pocket and took his IPOD touch media player. The suspects then fled on foot south on Baltimore Avenue. The victim was not injured. The suspects were described as two black males, 16-18 years of age.


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