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Bel Air police are continuing their investigation into shots fired at several windows in the downtown business district the past two weeks. One of the damaged windows in is the Spenceola Building on N. Main Street.
Bel Air police are continuing their investigation into shots fired at several windows in the downtown business district the past two weeks. One of the damaged windows in is the Spenceola Building on N. Main Street. (Allan Vought | Aegis Staff, Patuxent Homestead)

Bel Air police are continuing their investigation into shots fired at several windows in the downtown business district the past two weeks.

Police Chief Leo Matrangola wrote in an e-mail Monday that officers were continuing the investigation, including checking video surveillance.

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Matrangola said police continue to believe the separate incidents are related.

A caller reported windows being shot at on Feb. 29 at 6:01 a.m., at NBRS Financial and PNC Bank, both in the 100 block of North Main Street, according to Bel Air police.

A few days later, on March 4 at 9:47 p.m., someone from the Friendly's in the 300 block of South Main Street called police to report that shots had just been fired at the window.

On that same day, another person called from the NBRS to report a window being shot at at 10:01 p.m.

There was another incident on March 6, when a man called from the karate studio in the 100 block of North Main Street to say his window had been damaged "the other night," possibly with a BB gun.

The latter window, which experienced considerable shattering, is in the same Spenceola Building as is NBRS Financial.

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