Glen Burnie

June 08, 1993

Identity of body remains unknown

Homicide investigators have not been able to identify the body of a man found dead on a Glen Burnie access road Sunday, and they will have to wait at least 10 days before they learn the cause of death.

Sgt. Robert Jaschik, head of the county police homicide unit, said yesterday that investigators will have to wait for blood and body fluid tests before determining the cause of death of the man, who was found face-down on a road that leads to county property.

Investigators said the body had no marks on it and that the state medical examiner could not determine whether he had been slain.

The white man, in his 30s and wearing a blue polo shirt, jeans and white sneakers, had no identification.

Police found the body about 5 p.m. They had received a tip from an anonymous caller who said police could find "something of interest" on a service road across from the Home

Depot store on East Ordnance Road.

Two rob store in Glen Burnie

A gunman and an accomplice robbed a Glen Burnie tuxedo store Saturday, then ordered the clerk into the bathroom before they fled, county police reported.

Police said the robbers walked into the Leo Amster Ltd. store in the 7500 block of Ritchie Highway about 11 a.m. and demanded money.

When the clerk gave the robbers the money from the cash register, the gunman demanded more and the clerk went into a back room, where he got more cash.

The robbers told the clerk to go into the bathroom, close the door and not come outside. After a few minutes, the clerk came out and called the police.

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