Serial vinyl record thief wanted after stealing from Frederick Barnes & Noble County
A serial thief is on the loose in Maryland and wanted after he was recently caught on camera robbing a Barnes & Noble location in Frederick County.
An alert has been issued by Frederick County Sheriff’s Office investigators as they attempt to identify and locate a woman wanted in connection with multiple thefts of vinyl records worth thousands of dollars.
Investigators did not say how many discs were stolen in the area, although the merchandise was estimated to be worth nearly $3,500, according to the sheriff’s office.
The woman was described as being between 25 and 30 years old, between 5ft 5in and 5ft 8in weighing between 120 and 150lbs with brown hair.
It is alleged that the woman was shown repeatedly stealing records, each time wearing a dark colored baseball cap, glasses, with a large light blue bag with a dark colored strap.
The investigation into the woman and the thefts is ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding the stolen records or the whereabouts of the woman has been urged to contact the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office by calling (301) 600-1046 and referencing case number 22-066289 .
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