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on Dec. Dec. 10 at the Fallsgrove Recreation Association, 400 Casey Lane in Rockville. No forced entry; property taken. The burglar is described as a black male, 30 35 years old, 6 feet to 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 190 200 pounds and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue dress shirt and black athletic shoes.
On Dec. in the 2100 block of Veirs Mill Road in Rockville. The adult male victim was sitting in a parking lot in his 1999 Toyota Corolla when a man told him to get out and attempted to open the door. The victim was able to lock the door first and called 911. Four men fled on foot. The carjackers are described as Hispanic, 18 22 years old, 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing 150 160 pounds. One is described as wearing a black jacket and black knee length shorts. Carjackers No. 2 and 3 are described as wearing black jackets. Carjacker No. 4 is described as wearing a white T shirt and black pants.
On Dec. in the 200 block of Croyden Avenue in Rockville. A man was walking when two men came from behind. One man grabbed him and a second man displayed a gun and demanded his property. They took personal property and fled.
On Dec. at Veirs Mill Road and Parkland Drive in Rockville. The adult male victim was riding the bus and had his backpack on the floor next to him. When the bus arrived at a stop, a young man grabbed the backpack and fled off the bus. A second young man grabbed the victim shirt to stop him from going after the first. The bus driver then told all of them to get off of the bus. Robber No. 1 is described as Hispanic, 18 20 years old, 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 140 160 pounds, with a shaved head and beard. Robber No. 2 is described as Hispanic, 18 20 years old, 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 200 pounds and wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt.
On Dec. at Randolph Road and Maple Avenue in Wheaton. A woman was approached by four men and asked where the money was. One man grabbed the wallet from her purse, but she grabbed it back and fled on foot.
On Dec. at Trader Joe 12268 Rockville Pike in Rockville. A woman said she turned her back for just a minute and her purse was taken from her shopping cart. While she was talking to the manager, an unidentified woman came up and said the same man attempted to take her purse, but he left the store. Dec. 11. Grey 2001 BMW 520 stolen.
11200 and 11300 blocks of Ashley Drive in North Bethesda, overnight between Dec. 10 and 11. Broke window; GPS taken from two vehicles.
4900 block of Sunflower Drive, 4900 block of Bluebonnet Court, and 4900 block of Bluebonnet Court, in Rockville. Three vehicles had a window broken; loose property taken. Dec. Dec. 8. Two catalytic converters taken.
Parking garage at 198 Halpine Road in Rockville. Two vehicles broken into overnight between Dec. 8 and 9, and one between Dec. 12 and 13. Two vehicles had the window pried and one was unlocked; loose items taken. Dec. Dec. 9. No forced entry; property taken. Dec. 10. Forced entry; property taken. The burglars are described as male, wearing black running pants, tan Timberland style boots, black work gloves and carrying a black backpack. Dec. 7. Forced entry; property taken. Dec. 14. Unknown entry; unknown if property taken. Dec. 10. Forced entry made to a vehicle;
garage opener taken. Property taken from garage, no entry to residence. Dec. 12. Unknown entry; property taken. Dec. 11. Forced entry; property taken. Dec. Dec. 12. Attempted forced entry; none gained, nothing taken.
On Dec. at Livingston Street and Newton Street in Silver Spring. A teenage boy approached the victim and demanded the victim backpack. The victim refused. The teenager stabbed the victim in the arm and the victim gave up his backpack. The attacker fled down Newton Street. The victim gave chase and recovered his backpack. The victim recognized the robber from school. A 15 year old from Silver Spring was arrested.
On Dec. The male victims were on foot. Five men approached the victims and one displayed a knife while another displayed a gun. The robbers took property and fled down Arcola Avenue.
On Dec. in the 2300 block of Glenmont Circle in Silver Spring. Someone phoned in a bogus pizza order. As the victim exited the building, five robbers approached, hit the victim with a gun, and took property and cash.
On Dec. in the 11500 block of Bucknell Drive in Silver Spring. Five people approached the victim on a path, pointed a gun at him and pulled the trigger, but the gun did not discharge. The victim was hit and property taken.
On Dec. in the 11400 block of Amherst Avenue in Silver Spring. The male victim was on foot when five men approached him, two armed with guns. The victim was struck in the head and was transported to an area hospital for treatment. Property taken. Five males, 15 17years old , all from Silver Spring, were arrested.
On Dec. in the 10900 block of Inwood Avenue in Silver Spring. The victims were on foot. Three teenage boys approached, one displayed a gun and pointed it at the victims. Two 16 year olds from Silver Spring and one 16 year old from Aspen Hill were arrested.
On Dec. 8 at an unknown time on a Ride On bus at Randolph Road and Dalewood Drive in Silver Spring. A teenager took personal property from the victim. When the victim attempted to retrieve the property, a second teenager held the bus door for the first and pushed the victim, allowing his accomplice to escape with the victim property. The second robber, a 17 year old male from Silver Spring, was arrested.
Valleyfield Drive and Valleyfield Court in the Longmead area of Olney, overnight between Dec. 10 and 11. Several mid 1990s Honda Accords stolen.
Drury Road, Campfire Court, Coffeewood Court, Snowbird Terrace, and Clearshot Drive in the Longmead area of Olney, overnight between Dec. 10 and 11. All vehicles entered by breaking windows; GPS, laptops, radar detector, tools and medication taken.
800 block of Bromley Street, 600 block of Stonington Road, 700 block of Hermleigh Road, 600 block of Lamberton Drive, 11500 block of Lamberton Court in the Kemp Mill area of Silver Spring, overnight between Dec. 10 and 11. Vehicles left unlocked;
loose cash taken.