Stolen Boy Scout Trailers Found

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St. Leonard, MD – Police announced they have recovered trailers owned by the Boy Scouts, stolen from the All Saints Episcopal Church.  Those trailers were spray-painted black  and covered with cardboard to conceal their identity. On Tuesday, Dec. 22, shortly before 9:30a.m., Calvert County Patrol Deputy DFC P. Wood responded to report of a theft call at the All Saints Episcopal Church located at 100 Lower Marlboro Rd, Huntingtown, MD 20639.

The investigation revealed two trailers belonging to Boy Scouts of America Troop 1792 were stolen from the parking lot of the church. The first trailer was a 10 foot, 2001 single axle enclosed Home Trailer, silver in color with Boy Scouts of American written on both sides. The second trailer was a 15-foot dual axle, 2007 Haul Trailer that was silver in color and also had Boy Scouts of America on both sides. Both trailers have an estimated total value of $8,000.00.

“Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Detectives received numerous tips from the community which revealed the location of the 1st stolen trailer,” police said. “The trailer was subsequently recovered on Dec. 23, 2020 and had been spray painted black. Additional leads ultimately led to the recovery of the 2nd trailer on Dec. 31. The 2nd trailer was found covered in cardboard disguising the Boy Scouts of America insignia.”

Both trailers were recovered in St. Leonard, MD. At this time, it appears nothing is missing from the trailers other than the defacing of the trailer’s exteriors.
Charges are pending in this case. The investigation is on-going.

Anyone with information in regards to this case is asked to please contact Det. M. Mudd at (410) 535-1600 ext. 2469 or email
Original Press Release

A local automotive dealership, Bayside Chevrolet and Toyota offered a $2500 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen trailers and/or an arrest of the theft suspect(s) or person(s) responsible for this crime.