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Crisfield Police: Burglars Cut Hole in Business to Get Inside

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CRISFIELD, Md.- Police have arrested two burglary suspects accused of cutting a man-sized hole through the side of a Crisfield convenience store in order to get inside.

Crisfield police said that on Monday officers responded to a reported overnight burglary at the Somers Cove Market located on Cove Street.

According to police, it was discovered that the suspects had been able to cut a hole in the exterior of the building to gain entry. The reported loss of property and damage to the business was estimated to be in excess of $3,000, investigators said.

Police said detectives identified 32-year-old Anthony C. Panzo and 21-year-old Robert K. Brown Jr., both of Marion, as suspects in the incident.

Search and seizure warrants were executed at the suspects' homes in Marion. Police said that during the search, several pieces of evidence were recovered.

Panzo and Brown were arrested and charged with second- and fourth-degree burglary, and theft. Both were later held at the Somerset County Detention Center in lieu of $35,000 bond.

Maryland State Police and the Somerset County Sheriff's Office assisted in the investigation. 

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