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Police Probe Burglaries in Worcester County

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SNOW HILL, Md.- Detectives with the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation are investigating two separate burglaries of homes in the county.

The first break-in was reported Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., when the Worcester County Sheriff's Office responded to the area of Brantley Road near Pocomoke City for a reported burglary in progress. According to police, an unknown suspect or suspects forced entry into the home. Several items were stolen from the home. The owner was not at home at the time of the burglary. 

The second incident also occurred on Tuesday, when the Sheriff's Office responded to the area of Shockley Road in Snow Hill for a reported burglary. Upon arrival, the homeowner observed that several items were stolen from the home. It is believed that the burglary happened during the morning hours on April 30, with forced entry into the home.

Anyone with information about these burglaries or who may have noticed something suspicious in these areas is asked to contact the WCBI at (410) 632-1111.

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