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Have You Seen Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects?

WMDT's Emily Lampa did a five-part series on Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects. Take a look at the stories below to see if you know anyone or have any information for law enforcement. If you have any information call the Worcester County Sheriff's Office at 410-632-1112.

Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

WORCESTER COUNTY, Md. - Even criminals head home for the holidays. Which is what Worcester County law enforcement is counting on. In an exclusive 5 part series, the Worcester County State's Attorney's

Part 2: Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

WORCESTER CO., Md. - Crime never takes a holiday. But the Worcester County State's Attorney's Office believes now is the perfect time to bring criminals to justice. In a special 5 part series, WMDT is

Part 3: Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

WORCESTER CO., Md. - What better gift to give your family, friends and neighbors than the gift of safety and peace of mind this holiday season. In a special 5 part series, the Worcester County State's

Part 4: Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

WORCESTER, CO., Md. - The Worcester County State's Attorney's office says that criminals come out of the woodwork for the holidays. So they came to WMDT, to help get the faces of 10 of their most wanted

Part 5: Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

WORCESTER, CO. Md. - We've told you about Worcester County's effort to snag suspects who are home for the holidays. 10 wanted suspects. Beau Oglesby, Worcester County State's Attorney, came to WMDT hoping

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