Two men rob jewelry store in Harundale Mall

February 22, 1994

Two men, one of them armed, robbed an S&N Katz jewelry store in Harundale Mall of an undisclosed amount of jewelry just before 5 p.m. Sunday, county police said yesterday.

One of the men pointed a blue-steel semiautomatic handgun at the assistant manager of the store and ordered him to put several trays of jewelry into a bag, police said. The pair then fled the store and made their getaway in a gray Chevrolet Corsica, police said.

Yesterday, the store manager and the company's lawyer could offer few details on how much jewelry was stolen or what kind of jewelry it was.

"We're still taking inventory," said Carmella Bell, the lawyer.

The suspects were described as two black males in their 20s. One was 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighed about 160 pounds. He was light in complexion with a goatee and short-cropped hair. He was wearing a gray jogging suit.

The other suspect, who carried the handgun, was 5 feet 11 inches to 6 feet tall. He had a dark complexion, short-cropped hair and was wearing a blue jogging suit.

Suspect in robberies at ATM is arrested

A suspect in two recent robberies at a Glen Burnie automated teller machine was arrested yesterday, county police reported.

Steve Mark Meyer, 32, of no fixed address, was arrested without incident at a work site in Severn.

At 8 p.m. Nov. 27 and 6:45 p.m. Jan. 5, people using the Signet Bank automated teller machine at 511 Crain Highway were approached by a man who indicated he had a weapon and demanded money. In each case, the robber fled on foot. A total of $200 was taken.

The suspect was identified from surveillance camera photographs, according to Sgt. George F. Johnson, supervisor of the police Criminal Investigation Division Robbery Unit.

Mr. Meyer was being held last night on robbery charges at the county Detention Center in lieu of $3,500 bond.

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