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2 Arrested for Ocean City Burglary Spree

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Justin Mathew Caple Justin Mathew Caple
Lindsay Marie Lopez Lindsay Marie Lopez

OCEAN CITY, Md.– Police in Ocean City on Sunday arrested two people in connection with a string of burglaries that recently occurred across the resort town.

Police said the incidents took place in early June and occurred at properties all serviced by the same property management company.

The Ocean City Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division first identified Justin Mathew Caple, 23, of Berlin, as a suspect. According to police, detectiveds found out that he was a new employee of the property management company and had access to the units that were burglarized.

Detectives said they later obtained a warrant and arrested Caple on June 17, along with an associate, later identified as Lindsay Marie Lopez, 23, also of Berlin.

Caple was charged with first-degree burglary and two counts of theft. He was held on $25,000 bond.

Lopez was charged with rogue, theft and vagabond. She was released on her own personal recognizance.

The Ocean Pines Police Department assisted the OCPD in this investigation.

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