Police Blotter: 6,460 Gallons of Fuel Stolen

The following is based on information provided by the Baltimore County Police Department.

Sept. 4: At some point since Sept. 1, an unknown suspect gained entry to a truck rental company on Hammonds Ferry Road in Lansdowne and siphoned 6,460 gallons of diesel fuel.

Sept. 7: At some time since 8 p.m. the previous day, an unknown person  attempted to break into the Police Athletic League facility at Lansdowne Elementary School by pushing open a window. An alarm deterred entrance into the facility.

Sept. 7: At some time since the previous evening, an unknown person entered a shed on the 1700 block of Park Ave. in Halethorpe and took a weed trimmer and leaf blower.

Sept. 9: Between 4:30-5:44 a.m., an unknown person broke into a garage on the 2800 block of Georgia Ave. in Baltimore Highlands and took two dirt bikes.

Michael Goodwin September 11, 2012 at 02:18 PM
How the hell does somebody siphoned 6500 gallons of diesel fuel and nobody see it you know how long it takes to siphon that much inside job if you ask me
Dana Smith September 11, 2012 at 08:04 PM
Well, I think it's pretty obvious that s/he didn't siphon all 6,460 gallons at one time. It was over the holiday weekend, so I'm sure the business was closed all weekend plus Monday, giving the suspect Friday night - Tuesday morning to get it all.


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