Cheverly Burglary Caught On Tape

Group believed to be responsible for 7 robberies

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    Thieves are caught on video breaking in to a home in Cheverly, Md. Police believe it could be what they need to crack a prolific burglary ring. Jackie Bensen has the story.

    Police in Prince George's County are asking for help to find a burglary ring linked to as many as 7 robberies.
     
    Police released surveillance video of a home burglary off Route 202 in Cheverly, taken on November 18th.

    Police said one of the suspects knocked on the front door.  When no one answered, the three burglars went to the back of the house.  One of the men used a propane tank to smash open a bathroom window and climb inside.  A few hours later, the group was spotted carrying valuables out of the house.

    The suspects were caught on camera again at a nearby gas station using a stolen bank card.

    Detectives are calling one of the suspect’s “Batman” because he was seen in a knitted cap with the superhero logo on it.  The other two suspects were spotted at a Radio Shack in Seat Pleasant.

    Police identified Keiona Joseph, 30, as a person of interest in the robberies.

    If you see any of the suspects, call police.