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Suspect Arrested in Fruitland Theft

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SALISBURY, Md.- Deputies with the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office have arrested one woman and are still searching for another suspected of stealing money and damaging goods at a Fruitland produce stand earlier in June.

Tipsters contacted the Sheriff's Office with possible identities of the two women wanted, and even provided screenshots from one of their Facebook pages, according to authorities.

Florence Virginia Lednum, 41, was arrested Wednesday on charges of theft and malicious destruction of property. Deputies said they located Lednum hiding at a friend's house, and she was processed at the Wicomico County Detention Center for multiple counts of theft and an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on controlled dangerous substance possession.

Lednum's friend, whose name was not released, was served with a criminal summons for hindering and hiding Lednum at her home, investigators said.

Police said the second suspect, Jenna Lynn Ennis, is still wanted in connection with the produce stand incident, and has an outstanding bench warrant through the state of Delaware.

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