OCPD SEEKS PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN CHARITY THEFT CASE

On February 2, 2012 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Ocean City Police responded to 501 South Baltimore Avenue, the Pour House Saloon for a theft that had previously occurred.

Police met with the manager/owner who advised that on January 28, 2012, the Pour House Saloon had a fundraiser for car crash victim baby Ava Delricco.  

Approximately 200 hundred people attended the benefit.  During this benefit there was a silent charity auction. The management reported that one of the auction items had been stolen.  The item was described as a large canvas, red and maroon 6-foot-tall Molson beer beach umbrella with a wood pole. The beach umbrella has an approximate retail value of $125.

The Pour House Saloon video surveillance system recorded a person of interest, described as a white male wearing a dark t-shirt and white baseball cap, with a goatee, carry the umbrella out of the business. 

Ocean City Police are asking anyone with any information about the identity of the male seen in the surveillance footage or who may have any information about the theft to please contact OCPD- PFC John Spicer at 410-520-5295.  You do not have to provide your name.