Released on February 8, 2011 - 8:28am
Feb 07


01/25/11           800 Block West Street                      Wallet and keys stolen from a parked car. The wallet and keys were recovered but a bank debit card was missing.

01/27/11           8000 Block Chapel Cove Drive                    Camera and keys stolen from a home.

01/27/11           800 Block Gorman                 T Mobile cell phone stolen from a service station counter.

01/30/11           14200 Block Oakpointe Drive                      Checks and coins stolen from a home by unknown suspects.

02/01/11           200 Block Fort Meade Road                        Copper wire stolen from a display at Home Deport by a white male who fled in a Hyundai SUV

02/02/11           7800 Block Contee Road                              Five tires and rimes stolen off two parked cars.

02/02/11           14500 Block Greenview Drive                      U.S. Currency stolen from an office.

02/03/11           300 Block Carroll Avenue                             Briggs and Stratton push mower stolen from a shed.


02/01/11           100 Block Laurel Avenue                              1997 Honda Prelude , 2 door, Red in color with Maryland tags 2FJZ04.

02/02/11           7800 Block Contee Road                              2001 Dodge Caravan, Blue in color with Maryland tags 24736HV.

02/02/11           200 Block Washington Boulevard                2001 Chevrolet Astro van, White in color with Maryland tags 40X353.


02/01/11           15100 Block Baltimore Avenue                    Police are investigating an armed robbery at Diana’s Grocery. Three suspects entered the store, one displaying a handgun. Suspects had the employee’s remove the money from the cash register and a small safe. No one was injured. The three suspects were described as follows: Three Hispanic males who fled in a white Ford Explorer SUV with Maryland tags.

For Immediate Release
February 7, 2011
Contact:   James Collins, Public Information Officer
               301-725-5300, ext. 2244
                E-Mail: [email protected]

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