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Police Seek IDs of Suspects in Thefts From Vehicles Probe

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SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury police are asking the public's help in identifying several suspects wanted in connection with an investigation into multiple thefts from motor vehicles. 

Police said that over the course of the last three months, officers have responded to several reports of thefts from motor vehicles. According to police, the investigations revealed that the suspects have been stealing purses, wallets, electronics and tools from unlocked vehicles. The suspects have also been shattering windows to locked motor vehicles in an effort to steal valuables, authorities said. 

Police said further investigation by detectives has revealed that the credit/debit cards from stolen wallets and purses, are being used in businesses locally.

Detectives have obtained surveillance photographs of a witness, suspects and suspect vehicles that are believed to be involved in the thefts, and are asking the public's help in identifying them.

Police are reminding area residents and visitors to lock their vehicle doors, and remove purses, wallets, backpacks, electronics and other valuables from vehicles upon parking. These valuable items should not be left in vehicles where they could be easily stolen, police said. 

Anyone with information about these incidents or can identify the suspects is asked to contact Crime Solvers of the Lower Eastern Shore at (410) 548-1776, or the Salisbury Police Department at (410) 548-3165 and you may remain anonymous.

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