Sheriff Seeks Identity For Theft And Fraud Suspects At Wawa In California
Sheriff Seeks Identity For Theft And Fraud Suspects At Wawa In California

June 2 SMCSO update: Both suspects have been identified. Thank you for your assistance. 

CALIFORNIA, Md. – The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the identity of the persons pictured in a theft and fraud investigation.

On Monday, April 25, 2022 at 9:11 pm, the suspect wearing a black hooded sweatshirt stole the victim’s purse and bag containing medication and food from the victim’s car at the California Wawa.

The suspect then left in a silver vehicle driven by the suspect in the white undershirt.

Sheriff Seeks Identity For Theft And Fraud Suspects At Wawa In California

The suspects proceeded to the Great Mills Sheetz where the victim’s credit card was used. 

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspects or this incident is asked to call Deputy Casey Hill at 301-475-4200, ext. 78112 or,

Sheriff Seeks Identity For Theft And Fraud Suspects At Wawa In California

Email casey.hill@stmarysmd.com. Case # 20905-22

Citizens may remain anonymous and contact the St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers at 301-475-3333, or text a tip to “TIP239” plus their message to “CRIMES” (274637).

Through the Crime Solvers Program tipsters are eligible for an award of up to $1,000 for information about a crime in St. Mary’s County that leads to an arrest or indictment.

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  1. “…stole the victim’s purse and bag containing medication and food from the victim’s car at the California Wawa.”
    Of course, as usual, we only get some of the details.
    Did he break into her car, or did she leave her car unlocked?
    Why didn’t she have her credit card company “on speed dial” or as a contact in her phone and immediately report it stolen so they would be arrested at Sheetz?
    With all of the money Wawa makes, you’d think they’d spend some of that money on better surveillance cameras that don’t pixelate…

    1. CCWAM, Please go find something better to do. Make the world a better place. Pick up some litter, do a good deed for somebody, volunteer your time somewhere! Just please get off here!

      1. “Get Smarter”; YOU should do what your screen name says…
        Apparently, she’s just another triggered snowflake trying to ban my free speech on here. Everything I’ve said has a real and important bearing on this crime. Someone can learn from that incident unless they don’t want to get smarter… 🙂
        So why are you trying to disallow me to speak my opinion on here, but you and the rest on here are?
        Did you speak out against anyone else on here?
        WHY do you have such a problem with people on here who have differing opinions than you? I’m actually looking for more of the facts in this story so I can make a right decision about it.
        She said:
        “Please go find something better to do. Make the world a better place. Pick up some litter, do a good deed for somebody, volunteer your time somewhere! Just please get off here!”
        I actually do everything you’ve suggested above (except the last one) so, again, what’s the problem cupcake?

        1. Yep, just stop hearing divergent viewpoints. Riggghhht. The Taliban will welcome you with open arms. Or maybe try ISIS. Or Iran. Or just Texas. Or is your name really “Boris”?

      2. “CCWAM, Please go find something better to do. Make the world a better place. — Just please get off here!”
        How wonderful, someone wants to limit another’s freedom of speech. Sounds like a good Slo’ Joe/Obamie supporter, trying to fall in line.

    1. So you think anything here comes from more than St Mary’s County press releases? You need to learn some media literacy

    2. Yes, especially since Walmart, in particular, just turns to our local law enforcement to deal with all these “loss prevention” cases. It costs the citizens-even those who don’t shop there-money. And that costs us all, whether in increased prices or increased taxes. It costs us all, one way or another

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