Deale bakery robbed, clerk threatened

November 11, 1993

Two men robbed a Deale bakery and threatened to kill a clerk Tuesday evening, county police reported.

The robbers walked through the rear door of Nick's Corner Bakery in the 5800 block of Route 256 around 5:30 p.m. and threatened the 22-year-old clerk.

"I'm going to kill you," the man told the clerk while holding to her face what is believed to have been a 9-mm semi-automatic handgun, police said. Another man wearing a ski mask then took an undetermined amount of money from the cash register. Both men then ran from the store.

One of the robbers was described as a white man, 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing 180 pounds with brown hair. He was wearing a blue ski mask and blue clothes. Police did not have a detailed description of the second robber.

Vandals damage Annapolis landfill

A city Department of Public Works official reports that vandals have caused property damage of nearly $4,000 to the Annapolis City Landfill.

A 5-foot pipe stem to a ground water monitoring well in a wooded section of the Defense Highway facility, was damaged severely sometime after it was last inspected Oct. 15, a police report said.

Tire tracks from off-road vehicles, which are not allowed at the landfill, were found leading up to the monitoring well.

Bank robber thwarted as tellers hit alarm

A man tried to rob an Annapolis bank by walking up to the drive-through window Tuesday evening ran off when tellers fell to the floor and called authorities.

Police said the man tapped on the window at Citizens Bank of Maryland, in the 2100 block of Generals Highway, about 6:20 p.m., showed a handgun and said, "Gimme all your money." The tellers fell to the floor and hit the holdup alarm, police said. The gunman ran away.

He was described as a black male in his 20s with a stocky build, standing 5 feet 5 inches tall. He was clean shaven, had a short hair cut and was wearing a blue stocking hat, blue jeans and a blue sweat shirt.

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