Baltimore man sought in theft of collectors knife Stolen 'Ty Cobb' was pawned

October 03, 1993

State police are searching for a 23-year-old Baltimore man who allegedly stole a "Ty Cobb" Georgia Peach Limited Edition Collectors Series knife valued at more than $1,000 on July 11 and pawned it the next day in Eldersburg.

Alfred Ray Ward, of the 5000 block of E. Preston St., was charged in an arrest warrant with three counts of burglary and one count of theft.

The knife, a two-bladed instrument with a gold emblem, was stolen from the trailer home of James Earl Cox, who lives at the Rambling Ridge Campground in the 800 block of Hoods Mill Road in Woodbine.

State police located the knife at the Eldersburg pawnshop after they recovered two chain saws that were stolen from the same campground and pawned at the same shop.

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