Two convenience stores robbed Saturday night

January 10, 1995

Howard County police are investigating robberies at two Ellicott City convenience stores Saturday night, but they do not believe the robberies are related.

In the first incident, a man in the High's store in the 10100 block of Route 40 reached into an open cash register, took the cash and then fled. He was last seen driving eastbound on nearby Frederick Road about 6:15 p.m., police said.

The man was described as a black male, 30 to 40 years old, about 6 feet 2 inches tall and about 150 pounds.

About four hours later, a man in the Shell Mini Mart store in the 8500 block of Route 40 pushed a clerk away from an open cash register and took all the money. He drove eastbound on Route 40 in a white and gray Chevrolet Z-24, police said.

The robber was described as a black male with a thin build wearing dark pants and a checkered shirt.

Hickey to present proposed 1996 budget

School Superintendent Michael E. Hickey will present an overview of the proposed fiscal 1996 operating budget at 7:30 p.m. today.

The public will have an opportunity to comment during a hearing Feb. 1. If more than 50 people sign up to testify, an additional hearing will be held Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m.

Residents who wish to testify are asked to call the executive assistant for the board at 313-7197 starting tomorrow.

All meetings will be in the Board Room of the Department of Education, 10910 Route 108, Ellicott City.

For a copy of this year's budget schedule, call 313-6682.

POLICE LOG

* Ellicott City: 5000 block of Centennial Lane: A gray 1990 Acura Legend with Maryland tags 605 ALT was stolen Thursday, police said.

3400 block of Centennial Lane: Four handguns and coins were stolen after someone broke into a home and picked the lock of a storage closet Friday, police said.

* Elkridge: 5700 block of Race Road: A compact disc player, videocassette recorder, camera and cash were stolen from a home Sunday morning. Police said someone had pried open the home's front window and broke into a safe that was in a closet.

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