Liquor Store Burglarized During Annapolis Power Outage
Someone broke the glass door and stole egg nog and cigarettes.
Officers responded to the store around 9:45 p.m. and found the glass door smashed and the alarm blaring. Police said they checked inside for the perpetrator but didn't find anyone.
When the store manager arrived on scene, he told police that two bottles of Evan Williams Egg Nog and 20 packs of Newport cigarettes were missing.
The power outage was caused when two of Baltimore Gas and Electric's (BGE) main feeder lines for the area went down, said spokeswoman Rachael Lighty. What brought down the two lines has yet to be determined.
BGE crews restored power to the downtown Annapolis area shortly before midnight.