BEL AIR, Md. - The Harford County Sheriff's Office is once again reminding us to lock our cars, and leave valuables out of sight, after a rash of more than 150 car break-ins this summer.
Sheriff’s office officials say a suspect has been caught on surveillance cameras using credit cards stolen from cars around Harford County to buy things at local convenience stores. They added that these thefts have taken place in a lot of different neighborhoods.
Anyone who recognizes this suspect is asked to call the Harford County Sheriff's Office at 443-409-3420.
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