Annapolis Police Investigate String of Vehicle Break-ins
Eight out of nine vehicles showed no signs of forced entry and many were reported to be unlocked.
Only one of the nine vehicles broken into around Annapolis since Oct. 2 showed signs of forced entry, according to police.
GPS units, laptops, and money were stolen from vehicles that were nearly all left unlocked. Police advise all residents to make sure they lock their cars doors and roll up their windows.
Here are the locations:
- Unit block of Woodward Court—A subject smashed the passenger side window of the vehicle and removed a black backpack containing a maroon Asus laptop.
- 1200 block of Gemini Drive—Someone entered an unlocked vehicle, but nothing appeared to have been taken.
- Unit block of Belvedere Court—Someone stole the vehicle registration card from an unlocked vehicle.
- Unit block of Belvedere Court—Someone took a Garmin GPS unit, CDs and money from an unlocked vehicle.
- Unit block of Jefferson Place—A person or persons took a black Maglite flashlight and Oakley prescription sunglasses from an unlocked vehicle.
- 300 block of Giddings Avenue—A Dell laptop computer was stolen from the rear seat of a vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry.
- 300 block of Giddings Avenue—Someone stole money from an unlocked vehicle.
- Unit block of Jefferson Place—A TomTom GPS unit, money and a white and gray plaid flat brimmed hat with the Ravens logo were stolen from a vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry.
- 100 block of Silopanna Road—Someone removed a Garmin GPS unit from a vehicle with no signs of forced entry.