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St. Mary’s law officers are seeking the public’s help through the county Crime Solvers program in their probe of a series of break-ins and thefts from motor vehicles.
The break-ins and thefts occurred at Leonardtown High School and the College of Southern Maryland’s Leonardtown campus over a two-week period beginning on April 9. Numerous personal items were taken from the vehicles parked in the schools’ parking lots.
Citizens with information about these cases and other unsolved crimes in St. Mary’s can collect a cash reward by calling St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers 24 hours a day at 301-475-3333. They can withhold their name and later collect their reward through a number-identification system.
The Crime Solvers program assists law enforcement in solving open investigations that may not have been closed without the extra incentive of anonymity and an offer of a reward of up to $2,000, providing the information leads to an arrest or indictment.
The Crime Solvers board of directors meets at 10 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month at the county’s Northern Senior Center in Charlotte Hall. To be considered for membership on the board, attend a meeting or call the Crime Solvers chairperson at 301-472-4630 for details.
Contributions to the Crime Solvers reward fund can be mailed to St. Mary’s Crime Solvers at 40265 Beach Drive, Mechanicsville, MD 20659.