HANOVER, MD. (WJZ) — Two people were arrested Monday for allegedly stealing numerous vehicles from the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport rental car facility.

MDTA Police detectives charged 26-year-old Shakierra D. Scott and 31-year-old Travis J. Scott, both of the 2200 block of Round Road in Baltimore City, in connection with thefts of 28 rental cars between May and July 2019.

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The vehicles were worth more than $660,000 in total, police said.

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Detectives said Ms. Scott used her job as a security officer with the Allied Universal Security Services, a company contracted by rental companies at BWI Airport to allow Mr. Scott to drive the rental cars from the secure facility without a rental contract.

Police allege the two then sold the rental cars.

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Both face numerous charges including theft scheme greater than $100,000 and 28 counts of unlawful taking of a motor vehicle.