Weekly Crime Report: Dec. 10 to Dec. 18
Two commercial burglaries in Woodmont Triangle earlier this month left one business without some property: A commercial burglary occurred at 7910 Woodmont Avenue #455 in Bethesda, sometime between the afternoon of Friday 12/14 and noon on Saturday 12/15. Forced entry; property taken. A commercial burglary occurred at 4915 St Elmo Avenue #100 in Bethesda, on Monday 12/17. No further information is available at this time. Both burglaries appeared to take place at a pair of office buildings, the Landow Building on Woodmont Avenue and the Phillips Building on St. Elmo. The rest of the most recent area crime summary after the jump. Five thefts from vehicles occurred this week, four in the Somerset area. Three were entered by force, the other was unforced. Items taken include an iPod, GPS unit, laptop, and clothing. An attempted residential burglary occurred in the 5200 block of King Charles Way in Bethesda, sometime between Tuesday 12/11 and Friday 12/14. Attempted forced entry; nothing taken. Two thefts from vehicles occurred in the 4900 block of Battery Lane in Bethesda, sometime between Wednesday 12/12 and Friday 12/14. One incident had a vehicle part taken and the other was an attempt to take a vehicle part. Two thefts from vehicles occurred in the 8500 block of Hazelwood in Bethesda, overnight from Friday 12/14 to Saturday 12/15. Unforced entry was gained into two vehicles and loose items left inside were taken. One theft from vehicle occurred in the 6000 block of Dellwood Place in Bethesda on Saturday 12/15 between midnight and 6:00 a.m. Bags containing recently purchased gifts were taken from a vehicle parked on the street. It is unknown if the vehicle was locked.