Two men hold up gas station, escape in stolen car

October 19, 1993

Two men held up an Ellicott City gas station Friday night and escaped in a vehicle police say had been stolen during a carjacking in Baltimore earlier that day.

Around 10:30 p.m., the two men walked into the Stewart Agip gas station in the 5600 block of Old Waterloo Road, displayed a handgun and announced a robbery. One of the men went around the counter and snatched cash from the register.

Police said the men then fled the store in a white Mercury Topaz. An officer on his way to work spotted the car on Route 103, followed the car and attempted to stop the suspects after they had turned on Route 40, driving east on Route 40 toward Baltimore County.

Both men escaped after jumping out of the car in a neighborhood off Rolling Road in Catonsville, police said.

Detectives later found that the car had been stolen during a carjacking earlier that evening in Baltimore.

The first man was described as a black male in his mid- to late-20s, 6 feet, 1 inch tall and weighing about 210 pounds. He wore a black coat and was armed with a handgun.

Police described his accomplice as a black male, in his mid-20s, 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighing about 150 pounds. He wore a red coat, a red and white baseball hat and jeans.

POLICE LOG

* Ellicott City: 3100 block of Greenway Drive: Someone broke into a shed between Oct. 12 and Thursday, but nothing was taken, police said.

9500 block of Ivymede Court: A plastic gas can was stolen from a shed between Oct. 12 and Thursday, police said.

3100 block of Story Book Court: Someone entered a resident's garage between Wednesday night and Thursday morning and stole two car phones from two vehicles.

7000 block of Turf Valley Road: A black 1993 Mazda Navaho with Maryland tags 1A03800 was stolen from the Turf Valley Country Club Thursday afternoon.

5300 block of Kerger Road: A TV and coffee table were stolen from a home Saturday after someone broke through a door.

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