Suspects Sought In Downtown Burglaries

OCEAN CITY – Resort police this week are searching for two
suspects who burglarized three businesses and attempted a fourth in the
downtown marina area early last Monday morning.

Ocean City police detectives this week continue to
investigate three commercial burglaries and one attempted burglary at

waterfront businesses in the marina area between Talbot Street and Wicomico Street last Monday morning.

According to police reports, the outside bar at the Angler restaurant and the
deck bar at M.R. Ducks, both on the water at the foot of Talbot Street, along with the outside bar
at Bahama Mama’s on Wicomico
Street were all burglarized between 3 a.m. and 4
a.m. last Monday.

While investigating the thefts
at the Angler and M.R. Ducks, investigators discovered the suspects attempted
to break into the Marina Deck restaurant next door, but were unsuccessful.
According to police reports, the cash registers at all three burglarized
businesses had been pried open in a similar manner and all of the money was

OCPD detectives were
able to recover video surveillance from the Angler showing the two suspects
enter the business and go behind the outside bar. Both suspects appear to be
white males in the surveillance video, The first suspect was wearing
light-colored shorts and a light colored sweatshirt with the hood over his
head. The second suspect was wearing a light colored baseball hat, shorts, and
a short-sleeved baseball style jersey or shirt with a team name written across
the front.

Ocean City Police are
urging anyone with information about the burglaries or the identity of either
of the suspects to contact the Criminal Investigation Division at 410-723-6604,
or email the information to [email protected].
The information can be given anonymously.