Detectives believe a Maryland man charged in seven burglaries of Subway sandwich shops may be involved in more cases.
Howard County police charged 39-year-old Demond Herschell Woodson of Columbia with multiple counts of burglary, theft and malicious destruction of property from Dec. 6 to May 1. In each case, the front glass door was broken with a small tool overnight and money from cash registers -- or entire register drawers -- was taken, police said.
Woodson, a driver for a delivery company contracted by Subway, was taken into custody about 1 a.m. Monday after a burglary at a Subway in Montgomery County, police said. He is being held in the Howard County jail.
Woodson also faces nine counts of burglary and nine counts of grand larceny in Fairfax County, Virginia, where 15 Subway burglaries were reported.
More than two dozen Subway shops in the D.C. area have been broken in to since November.