Glen Burnie

November 19, 1992

Police seek impersonator of CIA agent

County police are looking for a man who impersonated a State Department employee and a CIA agent to win the affections of a deli clerk at a Basics Food Store.

Police said the man has been harassing the 34-year-old clerk for the past month and at one time threatened to kill the store manager if he followed him out of the store.

A police report said the man showed the deli clerk, who works in a Glen Burnie store, an ID card and a badge with the name "Frank" on it.

Interviews with other employees indicated that the man had told them he worked for the CIA.

The employee told the man she was married, but it didn't stop him from bothering her, the report said.

The suspect is described as a white male in his mid 40s. He is about 5 feet 8 inches tall, has a medium build and light brown hair -- possibly a hair piece.

He was driving a 1990 blue Ford Bronco.

POLICE

* Marley: Someone broke into a car parked in front of a Glen Burnie apartment complex Monday or Tuesday and stole a stereo worth $800.

* Glen Burnie: Someone broke into a home in the 400 block of Kenilworth Court late Saturday or early Sunday and stole $1,025 worth of jewelry.

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