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2 Brothers Charged in Wicomico County Burglary Spree

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William Paul Tingle William Paul Tingle
Michael James Tingle Michael James Tingle

SALISBURY, Md.- Detectives with the Wicomico Bureau of Investigation have arrested two brothers accused of committing multiple burglaries throughout the county.

According to investigators, 31-year-old William Paul Tingle and 26-year-old Michael James Tingle are linked to a dozen burglaries throughout Wicomico County. Police said that in these burglaries, entry was made through both locked and unlocked doors and jewelry was taken.

Detectives said they are still investigating the brothers for their possible involvement in other burglaries in  the county.

Anyone with information regarding these two suspects or think they may be the victim of a burglary in which jewelry was taken is asked to call Cpl. Hamilton at the WBI at (410) 548-4898.
 

 

 

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