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Three Arrested After Reportedly Stealing Electronics From Walmart

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BERLIN, Md. - Three Salisbury residents sit behind bars after allegedly taking several electronics from the Berlin Walmart. Authorities say, on January 26th Jaquell Murray, Wanda Murray, and Richard Kelly worked together to steal laptop and desktop computers, TVs, home surveillance equipment, and Blu-Ray DVDs.

The three then apparently came back on February 4th and stole more electronic products. According to the police report, on February 5th they returned again and this time, were arrested.

The Worcester County Bureau of Investigations then searched their Salisbury home and found some of the stolen items and learned the trio were selling them to the public.

WCBI has learned the serial numbers of the stolen televisions, lap tops and personal computers. They will be entering them in the National Criminal Information Center data base as stolen. Anyone who is then found with these products could potentially be charged with Possession of Stolen Property.

Authorities urge anyone who may know where these items are, or have bought from these suspects, to turn them in to the Worcester County Sheriff's Office. If you have information about this case please contact the Worcester County Sheriff's Office or the Worcester County Bureau of Investigations at 410-632-1111.

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