Montgomery County police said the theft happened at the 900 block of Rose Avenue store. According to police, the suspect entered the store and stole an undisclosed amount of merchandise before leaving.
Surveillance video captured the suspect, whom police described as a Black man who was around 6 feet tall and was wearing a black Nike baseball cap, black T-shirt with a red logo on the left chest, black sweatpants, and black and white sneakers.
Authorities are offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to an arrest [Patch].
41st Annual Turkey Chase Charity Race returns
Join the thousands of Bethesda, Chevy Chase, and other participants nationwide who’ve raised millions of dollars for children in Montgomery County. Everyone can join this annual community tradition whether you want to participate in person or virtually! YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase and the Bethesda Chevy Chase Rotary are delighted to present the 41st Annual Turkey Chase Charity Race.
The Turkey Chase Charity Run originated in 1982 in partnership with the YMCA Bethesda Chevy Chase and Bethesda Chevy Chase Rotary. This year’s Turkey Chase Charity Run will benefit more youth and families in the county.
- Train for the 10k. Join the new YMCA Running Club. Select the 10K training add-on during the registration process.
- Fundraising for children. Start a social media fundraiser encouraging your family and friends to follow your lead and support safe spaces. Top fundraisers in each category will get special recognition, photo opportunities and YMCA swag.
- Become a sponsor. Show the community your company supports and children’s mental and physical health! Email Genette.Comfort@ymcadc.org for information on sponsorship opportunities.
Sign up here!
Got Allergies? Find out the pollen count in Montgomery County daily
Fall’s beauty also means trees and grass still shoot pollen, continuing with allergy season. Check out these tools to determine which pollen allergens are high in Maryland today.
Now you can check the daily allergy forecast as easily as the weather forecast.
The Allergy Alert tool from Pollen.com shows which pollen allergens are high in Montgomery County today.
The tool ranges from zero (little to no effects) up to 12 (significant discomfort with itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, and head congestion.)
Mostly clear with a high of 49 degrees.