Au­to­mo­bile break-ins re­ported in Septem­ber

Record Observer - - News - By AN­GELA PRICE bay­times@kibay­times.com

CEN­TRE­VILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Sher­iff’s Of­fice is in­ves­ti­gat­ing mul­ti­ple re­ports of cars be­ing bro­ken into around the county dur­ing Septem­ber.

Sev­eral res­i­dents of Duhamel Cor­ner Road in Mary­del re­ported their ve­hi­cles had been rum­maged through and items taken on Sept. 4. San­dra Collet said $5 in change miss­ing from her un­locked Chevy Ta­hoe. Wil­liam Hob­son Jr. told po­lice change was miss­ing from two Ford pick­ups parked on the far side of his garage. Joseph Ruff re­ported miss­ing a pack of toi­let pa­per from his Hyundai Sonata and a yel­low air tank from the bed of his Ford F-150 pickup.

A black Garmin GPS, a wal­let con­tain­ing $120 and a learner’s per­mit were re­ported miss­ing Sept. 5 from ve­hi­cles on Cole­man Road in Sudlersville, po­lice said. On Bu­sic Church Road, a man re­ported $250 miss­ing from the cen­ter con­sole of his pickup the same day.

A Prospect Bay res­i­dent re­ported Sept. 8 that a widow had been bro­ken out of his Subaru Le­gacy while it was parked in his drive­way and his his wal­let and his wife’s purse re­moved. The wal­let and purse were found else­where in the neigh­bor­hood, but the con­tents had been dumped and $340 is cash was miss­ing, po­lice said. The win­dow of a neigh­bor’s Ford F-250 was also shat­tered, but noth­ing was re­ported. Dam­age was es­ti­mated at $200-$300 to each ve­hi­cle.

Vin­cent Clark and Tyler T. Carver of White Marsh Road in Cen­tre­ville re­ported their cars had been rifled through overnight Sept. 18. One man was miss­ing his wal­let con­tain­ing $25 in cash and var­i­ous cards, the other said noth­ing was miss­ing, ac­cord­ing to po­lice. Nei­ther ve­hi­cle was dam­aged.

On Sept. 24, Matthew R. Kennedy of of Bu­sic Church Road in Mary­del told po­lice some­one had bro­ken into his work van some time be­tween Sept. 20 and Sept. 24.

and took 20 foot of cop­per wire val­ued at $90. The van’s door lock was dam­aged, po­lice said.

The sher­iff’s of­fice re­minds res­i­dents to park in well-lighted ar­eas and al­ways lock your doors. Put valu­ables out of sight or in the trunk.

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