Sunday, January 29, 2017

Gunman robs 2 Bethesda CVS stores, 2 cars stolen + more - Bethesda crime update (Video)

A wild and woolly Thursday kept Montgomery County police officers busy in Bethesda. The day was capped off by two armed robberies of CVS stores in downtown Bethesda, and two cars being stolen within blocks of each other. Here's a roundup of crimes reported across Bethesda on January 26, according to crime data:

Stolen car. Old Georgetown Road at Woodmont Avenue.

Armed robbery. CVS Pharmacy, 6917 Arlington Road at 2:51 AM.

Black male, dark clothing,
armed with handgun, assaulted
CVS employee, fled with
undisclosed amount of cash

Armed robbery. CVS Pharmacy, 7809 Wisconsin Avenue at 5:34 AM.

Police suspect the robberies are
connected. If you have any
information about either crime,
call the Major Crimes Division 
at 240-773-5070.  
Those who wish to 
remain anonymous may call 
Crimes Solvers of 
Montgomery County toll-free at 
1-866-411-TIPS (8477).  
Crime Solvers will pay a cash 
reward of up to $10,000 for 
information provided to them that 
leads to an arrest in this case.

Stolen car. 8100 block Wisconsin Avenue.

Theft. 8000 block Old Georgetown Road.

Theft from vehicle. 4700 block Bradley Boulevard.

Theft from vehicle. 10300 block Westlake Drive.