Weird News: A Fake Tiger Scare and Women Wanted for Vodka Theft
Patch rounds up the weird news headlines each week from Maryland.
Greenbelt Police are investigating a hair raising crime which saw one local business lose $23,000 worth of hair weaves last week, according to NBC4.
An unknown amount of human hair in the form of wigs was stolen from a shop in the Rossville area of Baltimore county.
A small fire was sparked Tuesday morning at a log cabin at the Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster, fire officials said.
Baltimore County police are seeking the public’s help in locating two female suspects who stole vodka from a Glyndon liquor store in November.
Update: Warrant officers found Tamicia Renea Hager, 26, according to the Maryland correctional services.
A Germantown couple who eagerly awaited the arrival of a street dog they rescued from Egypt are now trying to find the animal, which bolted from its crate while being taken through the parking lot at Dulles Airport Wednesday night.
Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are searching for a man responsible for the daylight armed robbery of the Benson post office Wednesday.
An Ellicott City Main Street shop owner found her festive window shattered Tuesday morning.
Editor’s Note: This feature is posted across several Patch.com sites in Maryland.