$11,672 of copper piping taken from supply store

Police say man falsely charged materials to Middle River company

February 18, 2014|By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County police say a man who falsely claimed to be an employee at a Middle River company charged more than $11,600 worth of copper piping to the company's account from a supply store on Feb. 6.

Police said that at around 11:30 a.m., the man received copper from a supply house on Hollins Ferry Road after he had the purchase credited to the company account of Kinetix, a firm in Middle River. Police said that when a company official at Kinetix was notified of the transaction, it was determined that the purchase had not been authorized.

Police said a suspect has not been identified.

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