February 23, 2022
Baltimore County Police Department
Greetings Community Members,
Baltimore County continues to see an increase of automobile thefts targeting Hyundai and Kia vehicles. The Baltimore County Police have launched a Public Safety campaign for Hyundai owners. Please click on the link below to see free anti-theft software upgrades offered through Hyundai and Kia and also the access to free steering wheel locks.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau emphasizes that professional thieves can steal any car but advises owners to take a layered approach to protect their vehicles, in line with their budget and perception of risk. Along with steering-wheel, brake-pedal, brake and wheel locks, it’s possible to install fuse cutoffs and kill switches as well as aftermarket immobilizer systems.
Please be vigilant of suspicious subjects or vehicles roaming through the neighborhoods. If you notice any suspicious activity, safely get a good description of the subjects and contact 911.
If you would like to be added or removed from the Pikesville Precinct email list, please email Officer Larry Stallings at email@example.com. For Woodlawn Precinct, email Officer Kristie Makowiecki at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOU ARE THE EYES AND EARS OF THE COMMUNITY.
Pikesville Precinct - Community Outreach Team
215 Milford Mill Road
Baltimore, MD 21208