Carpet store robbed on Ritchie Highway

November 25, 1993

A Glen Burnie store was robbed Tuesday by a man who wore a hooded sweat shirt and had a dirty yellow bandanna over his face.

According to a county police report, a man walked into the Carpet Fair store in the 7100 block of Ritchie Highway at 5:20 p.m. and ordered the store manager to the floor. The manager complied, got up to open the cash drawer, then returned to the floor.

After taking an undetermined amount of cash, the robber told the manager, "You better stay right there. If you follow me out, my partners are going to blow you away."

Witnesses saw the man ride away on a moped, heading north on Crain Highway.

Police described the man as white, 5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and 20 to 30 years old. He was wearing beige pants, a navy blue hooded sweat shirt with the hood pulled over his head and a dirty yellow bandanna over his mouth and nose.

BB pellet fired from car hits man, 68

A 68-year-old Glen Burnie man was hit in the shoulder Monday by a BB pellet fired by a teen-ager in a passing car, county police reported.

Edmond W. Foss was standing outside his home in the 600 block of New Jersey Avenue at 11:05 a.m. when he was shot by the passenger in a 1988 blue Chevrolet Cavalier.

Mr. Foss refused medical treatment.

POLICE LOG

* Old Stage Road: Thieves entered an apartment in the 300 block of Old Stage Road between Saturday morning and Monday morning and took two televisions, a microwave and stereo equipment worth $1,150.

* Tall Pines Apartments: Between Monday evening and Tuesday afternoon, thieves broke the padlock on a freezer in the bed of a pickup parked in the 7800 block of Tall Pines Court and stole 13 boxes of beef, chicken and seafood worth $740.

* Woods Edge Townhomes Condominiums: A tool chest containing tools, a citizens band radio and a jack worth $1,000 were stolen Monday or Tuesday from a shed in the 7500 block of Whaler Court.

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