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Suspect Accused In Multiple Vehicle Break-Ins In Salisbury

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WICOMICO CO., Md. - Police have made an arrested in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins in Salisbury. The Wicomico County Sheriff's office has been looking into a series of thefts from vehicles in a South Salisbury, near Salisbury University, that have reportedly been happening since July.

Police identified Alisha Langerak, 31, of Salisbury, as a suspect, after she apparently tried to cash a check that had been stolen from one of the cars. Police searched Langerak's hotel room, where they reportedly found many of the missing items, but not her. Police say that the stolen items were totaled up to just over $5,000.

Authorities in Delaware County, PA found an arrested Langerak on November 12th, she was later extradited back to Wicomico County. She has since been charged with theft and rogue and vagabond, and is being held on $70,000 bond at the Detention Center.

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