Police Say Woman’s Vehicle’s Anti-Lock Braking System Cut In Ellicott City


Howard County Police say a woman’s vehicle’s anti-lock braking system was disabled by unknown suspect(s) in Ellicott City on or around October 5.

Police responded to the 2900 block of Normandy Drive to investigate a destruction of property incident. At the scene, the responding officers met with an adult female who said she had observed a warning light on her dashboard related to an electrical cable on the anti-lock braking system.

Accident Scene

The woman said the electrical cable had been cut, but the system was still in working condition. Officers canvassed the neighborhood, speaking with residents. No viable leads were found and it is not clear whether the woman was targeted.

Detectives urge anyone with information regarding the incident to call 410-313-STOP. A $500 reward is being offers for information.

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