Red Bandana Burglary: Two Arrested in Delaware, $4,000 in Stolen Merchandise Recovered

Two individuals arrested for involvement in Milford business burglary

In Milford, Del., two individuals have been arrested in connection with a burglary that took place earlier this month at the Red Bandana. On the morning of the incident, police received an alarm call and discovered that one of the front glass windows had been shattered. The owners of the business reported that over $4,000 worth of merchandise had been stolen.

Following the burglary, some of the stolen property was located two days later, which helped detectives identify a suspect. The suspect, 37-year-old Donald Fulmore, was found in possession of the remaining stolen items when he was met by police on March 21st. An accomplice, 18-year-old Brooklyn Marcum, was also identified in connection to the crime.

Fulmore has been charged with multiple offenses including third degree burglary, theft, criminal mischief, and selling stolen property. He was released on an unsecured bond after his arrest. Marcum, on the other hand, was charged with third degree conspiracy and released on her own recognizance pending further legal proceedings.

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