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Manchester Police Department is trying to identify suspects involved in auto “smash and grab” thefts that occurred at St. Bartholomew’s Church

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The Manchester Police are seeking to identify the persons in the above pictures. Larceny from Autos/Smash & Grabs occurred at the Saint Bartholomew’s Church on February 17, 2024. The two photographed reportedly attempted/cashed checks using the identifications taken in the February 17th incident. They are operating the above pictured vehicle which also fits the description used by suspects during the incident.

They were last seen in the Rosedale area on 2/23/24 while attempting to cash another check at a Point Breeze Bank in Baltimore County. They have also been captured on Bank video in the Owings Mills, Hunt Valley and Reisterstown areas. The tags on the vehicle were taken from a Subaru in Owings Mills. The vehicle is a Ford Edge. If anyone knows the identity of the pictured subjects, please contact Manchester Police at 410-239-6900 or info@manchestermd.gov.

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