WHITE MARSH — While county officials may be dedicating statues in the area, the first instances of crime in the new Greenleigh developments happen almost simultaneously.
On September 16, a woman was dropped off at The Berkleigh apartment complex on the 6200 block of Greenleigh Avenue at approximately 7:10 p.m., just steps away from where the statue was unveiled last week.
Baltimore County Police say they are searching for three burglary suspects — a woman and two men — that absconded with computers and electronics stolen from the ground floor business center at the complex.
Officials say that surveillance footage shows that the woman was permitted entry into the front door of the complex by another tenant. Residents of The Berkleigh say they have key fobs that are meant for keeping the building secure. One resident said that there is a phone app to let people in and out of the complex.
“Generally, the place seems extremely safe,” said the resident.
Shortly after gaining entry, police said the woman let another suspect, a man, inside.
The two allegedly stole two computers, which were concealed in a yellow-topped container, which one of the suspects is seen carrying in this photo taken by surveillance video. The two suspects were allegedly picked up by a second male suspect, driving “what appears to be a gold Buick with a large dent in the trunk of the car,” police said in a statement.
If you recognize any of these suspects, if you recognize this vehicle or have seen it driving around in any specific area, please contact Baltimore County Police Burglary Unit detectives by calling 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous.