EDGEWOOD, Md. - The Harford County Sheriff's office is hoping you can help identify a burglary suspect wanted for breaking into an auto dealership last month in Edgewood.
Police said the incident took place on Oct. 9 when someone broke into Thompson Automotive. located at 1105 Business Center Way.
The person took off with an undisclosed amount of auto parts. Detectives are releasing pictures of the suspect inside the dealership in hopes someone recognizes the person.
Anyone with information regarding the crime can report information through Metro Crime Stoppers at www.metrocrimestoppers.org. Y ou could be eligible for up to $2,000 in rewards.
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