Police Beat

POLICE BEAT

March 05, 1991

Woman says she was raped twice

A 28-year-old woman reported being raped twice after accepting rides from two men Sunday.

County police said the woman met the first man at Bill's Lounge on Route 175 in Odenton at about 2 p.m. He agreed to give the woman a ride home.

Instead of driving her home the woman said he drove her to a se cluded spot off Interstate 95 and raped her.

He left her stranded and she accepted ride from a truck driver, who raped her at an unknown location.

She took a bus to University Hospital in Baltimore and officials there called police.

Police gave no description of her attackers.

Police seek robber of Weathervane

County police were looking for the man who robbed the Weathervane store in Marley Station mall Saturday.

Police said an employee was leaving the store through the back door to make a bank deposit.

A man grabbed her shirt and took $600.

Police described the robber as black and in his early 20s. He was wearing a blue satin baseball jacket, blue jeans, tennis shoes and a red knit hat.

Gunman hits convenience store

A gunman robbed the Dash-In convenience store early yesterday morning.

Police said the man walked into the store on Hammonds Ferry Lane and Route 648 at about 2:30 a.m. and demanded money from the clerk.

The clerk complied and the gunman left in a small dark car, police said.

Police described him as a white man in his mid-20s wearing a red jacket with black stripes and blue jeans.

Gunmen rob KFC, workers put on ice

Four men, two armed with shotguns and one with a pistol, robbed a Glen Burnie restaurant Sunday, county police said.

The men walked into Kentucky Fried Chicken in the 7300 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Road at about 8:30 p.m. and ordered the manager to open the safe.

Because of a safety feature, the manager could not unlock the safe, so the gunman took all the money out of the cash registers, police said.

Four employees were ordered into the freezer.

Police described the robbers as black, and in their 20s.

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