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Police Seek Public's Help in Mardela Springs Burglary Spree

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Video surveillance photos of a person of interest and a Jeep Compass that police are seeking. Video surveillance photos of a person of interest and a Jeep Compass that police are seeking.

MARDELA SPRINGS, Md.- Police investigating a recent string of burglaries in the Mardela Springs area have released photos of a person of interest as well as a vehicle that could be connected with the break-ins.

According to the Wicomico Bureau of Investigation, on the afternoon of Oct. 2 Maryland State Police troopers were called to the Athol Road area to investigate several burglaries that had occurred in the vicinity. Police said that at one of the burglary locations, a dark green or black in color Jeep Compass was seen in the area possibly "scoping out" a home. 

Investigators said the vehicle was missing the front right hub cap, had a sun roof and displayed a sticker on the left rear of the vehicle. The driver was described as a white male, with tattoos on both sides of his neck, on his fingers and on his forearm. 

Vehicle tag and registration information was not able to be obtained.

Anyone with additional information about this incident is asked to contact the WBI at (410) 548-4898 or Crime Solvers at (410) 548-1776.

 

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