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Boardwalk Arcades Broken Into, Game Money Stolen

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Surveillance photos of the suspects in the recent arcade break-ins along the Ocean City Boardwalk (Photo: Ocean City Police) Surveillance photos of the suspects in the recent arcade break-ins along the Ocean City Boardwalk (Photo: Ocean City Police)
(Photo: Ocean City Police) (Photo: Ocean City Police)
(Photo: Ocean City Police) (Photo: Ocean City Police)

OCEAN CITY, Md. - Ocean City Police are looking for several suspects who they say broke into games at multiple arcades along the Ocean City Boardwalk.

Police say officers responded to Sportland Arcade Wednesday for a report of theft from an arcade machine. Police say employees discovered a game with a broken lock, and a closer look revealed that the game had been broken into and the coins were removed. Police say a review of surveillance footage showed the suspects breaking and entering into the machine and stealing the coins.

Police say Sportland Arcade called other arcades along the boardwalk and discovered three other arcades were also broken into. Police say the other arcades were Marty's Playland, Funcade Casino, and Fun City Arcade. 

Upon further investigation, police say arcades along the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach also had a similar incident on Wednesday involving the same suspects.

If you have any information, please contact Detective Cpl. Brett Case at bcase@oceancitymd.gov or 410-723-6632.

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