Park Offers Reward for Identifying Those Responsible for Burglary from Lock House 49

Park Offers Reward for Identifying Those Responsible for Burglary from Lock House 49

The National Park Service is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of suspects responsible for the burglary and theft of property from Lock House 49 in Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park. This site is located in the Four Locks area of Washington County, Maryland. Sometime between Thursday night January 22, 2009, and Friday morning January 23, 2009, unknown person or persons broke into the historic lock house and stole various items.
Any persons with information regarding this crime are asked to call the National Park Service Toll Free Number 1-866-677-6677 or contact U.S. Park Ranger Leigh Zahm at 301-491-6267. Callers may remain anonymous.