Frederick County Sheriff’s Office seeks to ID three

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to identify three people in connection with an incident Friday at Lowe’s in Stephenson.

The three individuals entered the Lowe’s at 261 Market St. on Friday, according to a department Facebook post. One subject proceeded to fill a cart with Dewalt tools.

The agency has 10 photos of the trio in its Facebook post on the incident.

No further information was available as of Saturday morning.

Deputies ask anyone with information to call 540-662-6162, reference 2400 1706 or contact Frederick Clarke Crime Solvers at 540-665-TIPS.

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Thefts from vehicles at Maurertown Park investigated

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The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a string of larcenies from vehicles at Maurertown Park.

On Thursday afternoon, authorities received a report that four vehicles had been damaged and were missing items. The sheriff’s office said a black Jeep Wagoneer was seen leaving the park between 4:30 and 4:50 p.m. Thursday. A photo of the vehicle is available on the sheriff office’s Facebook page.

Anyone with information about the vehicle or the incident is encouraged to contact the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office at (540) 459-6100.

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WCSO seeks public help in identifying suspects

Used by permission by the Warren County Office employee Sergeant Terry Fritts

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to identify two suspects wanted in a larceny and credit card fraud case.

The two individuals stole five debit/credit cards and $200-$300 from a car parked at Buzzard Rock Trails.

The pair then went to the Target at Crooked Run Plaza in Front Royal to make a purchase of over $2000.

Both suspects are believed to be involved in similar incidents in Warren County and surrounding areas.

Click here to see the security camera photographs of the individuals.

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