HAMPSTEAD, Md. - The Carroll County Sheriff's Office says more than 50 vehicles were broken into or vandalized in a Hampstead neighborhood.
Deputies say more than $1,300 in portable electronics, change, jewelry and other property were taken from car parked in driveways early Sunday.
The Carroll County Times ( http://bit.ly/RZ1m6R) reports that one car's tires were slashed and a convertible roof was cut. Four vehicles were pushed from the driveway; one traveled across the street and hit a tree. Damage for all vehicles was more than $6,000.
Information from: Carroll County Times of Westminster, Md., http://www.carrollcounty.com/
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