Snowball Stand Break-in and More: Crime Roundup
This information was supplied by the Howard County Police Department
Less than a week before summer's end, Alex's Snowball and Ice Cream Stand in Woodbine was broken into, according to Howard County Police.
Sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning, suspects pried open a side door, then pried open the cash register, taking money from the store on the 16000 block of Frederick Road, according to police.
The suspects also pried open a safe on the second floor, and took money from it. Police say the suspects also tried to get into the main office, but could not pry open the front door.
Sometime between Monday evening and Tuesday morning, suspects entered a house on the 5000 block of Worthington Manor Way through an unlocked garage, according to police. The victim reported a laptop computer stolen from one vehicle, an employee ID badge from another.
Two cars were broken into after suspects entered an unlocked garage on the 4600 block of Huntly Drive sometime between late Monday night and Tuesday morning, according to police. A golf bag and clubs were taken from the garage and, according to police, a travel bag and coins were taken from one of the vehicles. The bag was found nearby.
On Tuesday, suspects pried open a back sliding door, breaking the glass at a home on the 2900 block of Montclair Drive, according to police. The victim reported jewelry was stolen from two bedrooms.
A victim told police that a suspect took cash from a purse in a home on the 4100 block of Pemberton Court. According to police, the suspect may have entered through an open garage.
A 2009 Kia Spectra with the license plate MD 6ad8464 was stolen from the 3600 block of Mount Ida Drive Tuesday morning, according to police.