SALISBURY, Md. - Police have arrested a Salisbury man, after he allegedly broke into multiple vehicles and stole property.
On January 31st, Salisbury Police reported to a theft on S. Division Street and Onley Road, where they found that the suspect had broken the window on multiple vehicles, and taken an ipod and a credit card.
On February 13th, police reported again, for another theft from a vehicle, this time on Milford Street near University Terrace Apartments, where again the suspect had smashed a window and taken property, this time it was money, checkbooks, and credit cards.
An investigation lead to the arrest of 36-year-old Andrew Parker, after he apparently tried to buy a TV at Wal-Mart with one of the stolen credit cards and checks. Security at Fruitland Wal-Mart, contacted Fruitland Police, and gave them surveillance footage of the attempted transaction. Detectives searched the area after the call, and found Parker, who matched the suspect seen in the footage.
When Parker was arrested, officers apparently found one of the stolen checkbooks on him. Police say that Parker broke windows on 10 total vehicles. He is charged with multiple counts of theft less than $100, rouge & vagabond, and malicious destruction of property. Parker was released to the custody of central booking.