Series of thefts and break-ins occur in Friendship Park community

By Ryan Miner 

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A series of thefts and break-ins have occurred in the Friendship Park community in Halfway, Maryland, according to residents in the neighborhood.

A Friendship Park resident who subscribes to “The Friendship Park Community Facebook group” wrote this morning that two adult bicycles were stolen from their carport on Coffman Avenue.

I’ve received another report that a family living on Diane Drive had their cars broken into last evening (July 13/14).

If you have any information about the recent series of thefts and break-ins, please contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office immediately.

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1 Comment on "Series of thefts and break-ins occur in Friendship Park community"

  1. Avatar Ann marie Black | July 14, 2016 at 10:02 pm |

    We live on Gay street & my sons brand new bike was stolen off our back patio which backs up to alley at bowling alley…

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