ROBBERY: Woodlawn District -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed a pizza shop of an undisclosed sum yesterday. Police said a man wearing a yellow shirt and blue pants entered Little Caesar's pizza shop in the 6600 block of Security Blvd. shortly after 9 p.m. and bought an orange soda. The man left, but returned a few minutes later and ordered a female employee to give him money from the cash register while implying he was armed with a gun. After ordering the woman and other employees onto the floor, the man ran out the door.
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ROBBERY: Linthicum -- A man armed with a handgun robbed a motel in the 5100 block of Raynor Boulevard last night. Northern District police said a man entered the Motel 6 shortly after 8 p.m. and approached the counter. He then lifted his shirt, revealing the butt of a handgun. Police said the men then told the motel manager to give him all the money in the cash register. After taking an undisclosed sum, the man left, walking east on Raynor Boulevard.
ESCAPEE: Millersville -- Police reported the search continues for a man who escaped from a work detail at U.S. 50 and Interstate 97 last week. Police said Clinton Reagan, 24, of South Baltimore, was working with other inmates Thursday when he left the detail and disappeared. Police said the man had three months left to serve for assault with intent to murder when he walked away. The inmate, police said, has been spotted several times since his escape, but has eluded capture.
BURGLARY: Millersville -- Employees of Saddle Up Inc. in the 200 block of Najoles Road reported that someone broke into their store over the holiday weekend and stole $200. Police said entry was gained by breaking a window and then using a key to unlock a deadbolt. Police said the burglary is similar to others where an intruder has used keys to enter various other businesses. They said the intruder never ransacks the places and takes only money.
BURGLARY: Severna Park -- Police said someone entered the Severna Park Elks Lodge on Truck House Road over the weekend and stole more than $500 from a safe and a locked metal box. Money also was taken from vending machines that were broken into. Police said there were no signs of forced entry and the thief may have used a key to enter the business.