Centreville cars broken into
CENTREVILLE — Centreville residents Brian Seymour, Kara Simpson, Michael Scott, William Gardner and Timothy Carrick all reported their cars had been broken into and that items had been stolen on June 11, according to a police report from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.
Several reports of vehicles with broken windows and items missing from parked cars on Earle Branch Road, Friendship Drive and Prussian Turn near Centreville were made.
According to the sheriff’s office, the damaged vehicles with items stolen included: 2007 Chevrolet Pickup with a broken window and missing wallet with $150 and various IDs taken; 2008 BMW Car with a broken window with a purse removed and its contents dumped; 2007 Honda SUV, broken window with a Kate Spade wallet with various IDs taken; 2010 Ford Pickup with a broken window with $250 and a credit card taken; 2014 Jeep SUV with a broken window with a purse removed and $200 cash taken; and a 2016 Nissan Car that was unlocked had a wallet removed and $6 taken.
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