The victims advised officers the condominium was absolutely furnished when they remaining on holiday vacation. When they returned, anything was absent, like the kitchen area cupboards.
GREENBELT, Md. — Roommates returned from holiday vacation to obtain all of their belongings long gone and two strangers sleeping in a mattress in their Greenbelt apartment earlier this month.
In accordance to Greenbelt Town Police, the roommates left their apartment in the 9300 block of Edmonston Road on March 28 to go on vacation. The victims informed officers when they left, the apartment was thoroughly furnished.
The victims came house on April 5, telling investigators that when they got residence, they identified the entrance doorway was broken and the apartment was wholly empty.
As the victims walked into the unit, law enforcement say they uncovered a Black male and white woman they did not know lying on a bed, the only piece of furnishings continue to in the apartment.
The victims explained to police the suspects admitted to getting their objects and “turned aggressive” prior to functioning away. The victims were being in a position to share pics of the suspects with officers.
The roommates informed law enforcement the condominium, which was thoroughly furnished when they remaining, was totally empty when they returned apart from for black trash bags filled with goods and trash on the partitions.
Investigators say the kitchen was fully empty and cupboard doorways were being missing. The two bedrooms and closets ended up vacant, besides for the bed the suspects had been uncovered lying on.
Both equally victims explained to law enforcement they did not know the suspects.
In accordance to Greenbelt law enforcement, the victims shed just about $50,000 in property.
Any one with details need to make contact with Greenbelt police at (301) 474-7200 or e-mail [email protected]
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