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Baltimore County Police are investigating after several all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes were stolen in the Dundalk and Middle River areas.

Sometime between April 14 and May 1, storage facilities in the 3000 block of Eastern Boulevard, 21220 and the 2600 block of North Point Boulevard, 21222 were burglarized during overnight hours. Several suspects damaged and removed locks off of the storage units and stole ten ATVs and dirt bikes.

Detectives remind the public about basic crime prevention tips to reduce your chances of being a victim. 

Detectives are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding these thefts. If anyone has information that may lead to identifying the suspects responsible, please call 410-307-2020.

Baltimore County Police are seeking help identifying this suspect, caught on a homeowner's surveillance camera during a second degree burglary.

still shot of suspect committing burglaryDetectives believe that this suspect is responsible for a burglary of a shed in the 100 block of Wiltshire Rd, 21221 on May 10. Tools were stolen from the shed after the suspect cut the lock to gain entry. The suspect also attempted to steal an ATV by cutting it loose from a chain, but was unable to succeed in stealing it. The same suspect is also believed to be responsible for the attempted burglary of a shed in the 1200 block of Willow Road, 21222, in April. In this case the clasp to the locked door was broken off but the suspect was unable to gain entry to the shed.

Both incidents occurred around 3 a.m. and both were caught on exterior home surveillance cameras. Click here to watch video of the suspect in action on our YouTube page.

Anyone who recognizes this suspect is asked to contact detectives from the Baltimore County Police Burglary Unit by calling 410-307-2020.

Revised June 27, 2017