Police briefs

August 23, 2008

Suspected stolen items recovered

The Washington County Sheriff's Department said it has recovered several items thought to be stolen.

The items include:

  • Two black leather GSR car seats with signs of wear on the sides

  • A black and gray JVC car CD player

  • A Neon brand 800-watt amplifier

  • A pair of Kenwood car door speakers

  • A pair of gray Kicker speaker covers

  • A checker-pattern plastic gauge molding

  • Various speaker wires

  • A black leather Case Logic CD case with about 67 CDs

  • A green vinyl No Boundaries CD case with about 34 CDs

  • Two Ampro ratchet wrenches.

    Anyone with information about the items or possible thefts from motor vehicles may call Investigator Arnold Cerezo at 240-313-2886.

    $175 taken in Pa. burglary

    MERCERSBURG, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a burglary that occurred Wednesday on Skyhigh Road in Peters Township, north of Mercersburg, according to a state police press release.

    Someone stole $175, police said.

    Anyone with information about the incident may call Pennsylvania State Police at 717-264-5161.


Rock thrown through window of Pa. church

GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Someone threw a large rock through a rear window of Grace United Church of Christ on East Baltimore Street on Monday, according to a Greencastle Police Department press release.

The rock damaged a storm window and an inner window, police said.

Wire, electrical items stolen near Frederick

FREDERICK, Md. -- The Frederick County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating the theft of wire and electrical items from Lime Kiln Road near Frederick.

The items were stolen between July 24 and 30 from an Allegheny Power station, police said.

Based on what police said can be seen in a surveillance photo, the thieves were described as a man wearing a baseball cap and a woman who appears to have her hair in a ponytail.

Allegheny Power is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thieves. More details about the reward are available by calling Patrick Ridge, an Allegheny Power asset protection specialist, at 301-790-6038.

Anyone with information about the theft may call Sgt. Eric Byers at 301-600-3931.

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