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Trio Arrested in String of Wicomico County Burglaries

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Justin Marvel Justin Marvel
Ryan Ellis Ryan Ellis
Robert Gribble Robert Gribble

SALISBURY, Md.- Detectives with the Wicomico County Bureau of Investigation have arrested three suspects accused of breaking into area homes and stealing valuables.

According to police, detectives launched the investigation in March after numerous residential burglaries occurred in the Hebron, Mardela Springs and Sharptown areas.

Authorities said that several thousand dollars worth of jewelry, coins, firearms and other personal property were stolen from the homes.

Police arrested 22-year-old Justin Marvel, of Hebron, 23-year-old Ryan Ellis, of Wicomico County, and 22-year-old Robert Gribble, of Sharptown, for burglary, theft and other related charges.

Authorities said the investigation is still ongoing and additional charges are pending.

Anyone with information involving these men or other possible criminal activity they may have been involved in is asked to contact Detective Robert Wilson with the WCBI at (410) 548-4892, ext. 212.

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