Baltimore, MD – A car was discovered submerged in the water at a dock in Fort Armistead Park on Wednesday morning, prompting an investigation by local authorities. The car was found unoccupied near a dock and boat loading area, and police are working to determine how it ended up in the water.
According to a statement from the Baltimore Police Department, officers responded to the area of Fort Armistead Road early Wednesday morning after receiving reports of a car in the water. Upon arrival, they discovered an unoccupied car submerged near the dock and boat loading area. The car was later identified as a silver Hyundai, and police are working to determine who it belongs to.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward. The Baltimore Police Department has not yet released any details about how the car ended up in the water or whether foul play is suspected.
The discovery of the car has sparked concern among local residents, many of whom use Fort Armistead Park for recreational activities. Some have expressed worry about the safety of the park and are calling for increased security measures to be put in place.
In a statement, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said, “We are closely monitoring the situation at Fort Armistead Park and working with local authorities to ensure that the park remains safe for all residents and visitors. Our thoughts are with the family and loved ones of whoever may have been involved in this incident, and we are committed to getting to the bottom of what happened.”
The incident has also caught the attention of local media outlets, with several news organizations reporting on the discovery of the car. The Baltimore Sun, for example, published an article on its website detailing the incident and providing updates on the ongoing investigation.
As the investigation continues, authorities are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact the Baltimore Police Department. Meanwhile, local residents are hoping for answers and increased safety measures to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.