Police: 3 Suspects Broke Into Bethesda Country Club, Took Golf Cart For Joy Ride


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Police say three suspects went on a burglary binge at Bethesda Country Club that included a joy ride on a golf cart through a wooden gate. Montgomery County Police are looking for three white males who allegedly broke into the club's pro shop around 3:15 a.m. on Aug. 1. After stealing items there, police say the group broke into other buildings at the club, located at 7601 Bradley Blvd. Police say the suspects, who appear to be teenagers or young adults, stole food, drinks, athletic equipment and other merchandise. To top it off, the three allegedly broke into a garage and stole a golf cart. Police say the three then drove the golf cart through the gate, leaving the gate and cart damaged. Police found the cart abandoned on the golf course. Police on Monday released surveillance video of the suspects in a kitchen at the club. One checks out a refrigerator. Another appears to be holding a beer as he walks by the camera. Anyone with information about the burglary and/or the suspects involved is asked to call the 2nd District Investigative Section at 301-657-0112.  Those who wish to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers of Montgomery County toll-free at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477) or leave a Crime Solvers Suspect in Bethesda Country Club burglary, via MCP Suspect in Bethesda Country Club burglary, via MCP

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