Two men rob rental store
County police are looking for two men who robbed a Glen Burnie furniture rental store Saturday afternoon after posing as customers.
The men entered Rent America, in the 7500 block of Ritchie Highway, asked about furniture rentals and spoke to customers, police said.
After all customers left, the men threatened the two employees with a silver automatic handgun, saying, "You know what this is, now give me your money."
The suspects forced the employees into a rear bathroom, then stole a Polaroid camera and cash from the register. When a customer came in, thinking the men were employees, the suspects ran away, police said.
Police described one suspect as a heavy-set black man in his 20s and the other as a black man with a medium build, also in his 20s.
Man uses steak knife to rob High's store
A robber stole $78 from a Brooklyn Park convenience store Saturday morning after threatening the clerk with a steak knife, county police said.
The man entered the High's store in the 4100 block of Belle Grove Road and asked for cigarettes. Police said he pulled out the knife and ordered the clerk to open the cash register, lie on the floor and count to 100.
Police said the man, who was in his 20s, stole money from the register before running away on Belle Grove Road toward Baltimore.
Annapolis man is choked, robbed
A 27-year-old Annapolis man was choked and robbed of $150 and $59 worth of food stamps Friday night in Glen Burnie, county police said.
Bryan Adam Krouse, of the 700 block of Hyde Park Drive, was drinking with two men in the woods behind a carwash at Crain Highway and Aquahart Road. They walked behind the Aquahart Road stores, where one of the men choked Mr. Krouse, police said.
Police said the suspects, both 19-year-old white men, fled on 10-speed bicycles.