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MCPD Reports Five Residential and Two Commercial Burglaries

June 7, 2018

Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from May 7 through May 24 

   MCPD reported five residential burglaries and two attempted residential burglary in the 5th District between May 7 and May 24.

   The first attempted residential burglary occurred in the 13500 block of Duhart Road in Germantown between approximately 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 9 and approximately 9:00 am on Thursday, May 10.

   Two burglaries took place on the same day, Friday, May 11 within blocks of each other. The first took place in the 19400 block of Zinnia Circle between approximately 10:00 am and approximately 3:30 pm on May 11. Forced entry; property was taken. The second took place on the next block over, in the 19600 block of Twinflower Circle between approximately 12:30 pm and approximately 3:00 pm on May 11. No signs of forced entry; property was taken.

   A residential burglary occurred in the 23000 block of Turtle Rock Terrace in Clarksburg between approximately 8:00 am on Tuesday, May 15 and approximately 7:00 pm on Thursday, May 17. No signs of forced entry, a door was reported to have been left unlocked; property was taken.

   Another residential burglary occurred in the 19600 block of White Saddle Drive in Germantown between approximately 5:00 pm and approximately 7:45 pm on Friday, May 18. No signs of forced entry; property was taken.

   MCPD reported that an attempted residential burglary occurred in the 19800 block of Crystal Rock Drive in Germantown at approximately 11:30 pm on Saturday, May 19.

   Police said a residential burglary occurred in the 9800 block of Bethesda Church Road in Damascus between approximately 10:00 am and approximately 2:40 pm on Tuesday, May 22. No signs of forced entry; property was taken.

   Montgomery County Police reported two commercial burglaries and one attempted commercial burglary.

   A commercial burglary occurred at the Northlake Apartments leasing office located at 12622 Grey Eagle Court in Germantown at approximately 5:30 pm on Sunday, May 13. No signs of forced entry; property was taken.

   An attempted commercial burglary occurred at an office of the Covenant Village Senior Housing located at 18889 Waring Station Road between approximately 4:30 pm on Tuesday, May 15 and approximately 9:00 am on Wednesday, May 16.

   Police reported that a commercial burglary occurred at the Kids First Swim School located at 18050 Mateny Road between approximately 8:45 am on May 16 and approximately 9:00 am on May 17. Forced entry; cash and property were taken.

   Montgomery County Police also reported a number of thefts from vehicles, including two thefts from vehicles which occurred between approximately 3:00 pm on Monday, May 7 and approximately 8:18 am on Tuesday, May 8. One theft occurred in the area of Winding Creek Place and Winding Creek Way and one theft occurred in the area of Waring Station Road and Forest Brook Road. Force was reported in one event; property was taken.

   Four thefts from vehicles occurred between approximately 6:00 pm on May 15 and approximately 8:30 am on May 16. Affected streets included Scottsbury Terrace, Scarlet Leaf Circle, and Brundidge Terrace. No force; cash and property were taken.

   Four thefts from vehicles occurred between May 17 and May 19. Affected streets included Curry Powder Lane, Pine Ridge Lane, and Mateny Hill Road. No force; cash and property were taken.

   MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on June 7.

 

 

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