Lt. Reichenbaugh returns to Cumberland Maryland for a book event this weekend

Retired State Police Lieutenant David Reichenbaugh returns to Cumberland Maryland on Saturday November 17th at 1PM for a book event, discussion and book signing at The Book Center 15 N Center Street Cumberland, Maryland. He will discuss his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers, and sign books for those that purchase them from the great folks at The Book Center.

Lt Reichenbaugh retired, served his last year before retirement as the Barrack Commander At the Cumberland Barracks. In Pursuit is the true story of the investigation, hunt, and capture of the Beltway snipers that terrorized two states and the district of Columbia in the fall of 2002. The two blood thirsty killers killed 10 citizens and wounded 4 more in a 23 day period using a sniper rifle and picking their targets at random.

This is the first book written that details the true story from inside the investigation and capture of the snipers.

On Sunday October 18th from 1PM to 4PM Reichenbaugh along with Trooper First Class/Chief of Police retired Jeff Hewett will be at the Sharpsburg Sunday Funday event t the Victory Gardens Ranch 101 W Main Street Sharpsburg Maryland to sign their books In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers and my life as a Maryland Lawman. Both authors will have book there to purchase or bring the one you have by, say hello and we will be happy to sign them for you. Victory Gardens Ranch Supports Vetrens. There will also be other crafter’s on location

Stop by one of these two great venues this weekend and say hello.

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