Four Flat-Screen TVs Stolen During Home Renovation

A home in the unit block of Maryland Avenue had four televisions and two wall mounts stolen.

A Maryland Avenue homeowner had four new flat-screen televisions and two new wall mounts stolen during their home renovation sometime between Sept. 11 and Monday, according to an Annapolis Police report.

The Samsung flat screens and Sanus wall mounts were still inside their boxes and had been placed around the home awaiting installation, said police spokeswoman Detective Amy Miguez.

There was no sign of forced entry and police are looking into the possibility that an employee or employees working on the renovations stole the televisions.

The value of the stolen items is about $4,500.

Julia Worcester September 20, 2012 at 03:47 PM
Which block was this? We own a buiness on MD Ave and would like to be diligent about our own office and keep and eye out for others. Thanks. Sorry this happened to these people.
Anna Staver September 20, 2012 at 03:51 PM
It's the unit block on Maryland Avenue, which means the home's address is between 0 to 99.
Calique September 20, 2012 at 03:52 PM
The article's subtitle says it was the unit block. Hope that helps.


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