Suspected Perry Hall Burglar Composite Sketch Released
Investigators are searching for a man suspected of involvement in six Perry Hall home burglaries over the weekend.
Baltimore County police released a composite sketch Tuesday afternoon of a man suspected of involvement in six home burglaries in Perry Hall between March 22 and March 25.
"Detectives are especially concerned because residents were home at the time of the crimes," the release stated.
Police described the suspect as a white male with brown hair, 24 to 25 years old, 5-foot-11 to 6-foot and 150 to 160 pounds.
Patch first reported the string of burglaries on Monday afternoon. Each occurred within a two-mile area, surrounding East Joppa Road, between Belair Road and Interstate 95.
Three of the burglaries that struck homes on the 5100 block of East Joppa Road were attempted, and nothing was taken. During one of the burglaries, however, a husband and wife slept while their master bedroom was ransacked and jewelry was stolen.
Two additional burglaries occurred in the 9400 block of Dana Vista Road and in the 9200 block of Ramblebrook Road. Both of those homes were burglarized while residents were inside.
More details on each of the burglaries is available in the article, Weekend String of 6 Perry Hall Home Burglaries.
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Police urge anyone with information about the identity or location of the suspect to call police at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP (1-866-756-2587). To text message Metro Crime Stoppers, start the message with "MCS," and send to "CRIMES" (274637). Tips can also be emailed using the Metro Crime Stoppers website.
Those contacting Metro Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and might be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.