Clerk shackled in robbery at convenience store

March 07, 1995

Three men robbed a Severna Park High's store Sunday afternoon, fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash after handcuffing the cashier, county police said.

Two of the men walked into the store in the 500 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. shortly after 4:30 p.m. The third man stood outside and served as a lookout, police said. One of the men pulled out a shotgun and demanded money from the cash register and lottery machine, police said.

The store's clerk opened two cash registers. The unarmed man took the money, then handcuffed the clerk. All three bandits fled on Route 648 before disappearing onto the Baltimore-Annapolis bicycle trail, police said.

Two of the robbers are black, the other is white. All were described as 17 to 19 years old with medium builds and were wearing dark jackets that may have been of the Starter brand. Both black males were about 6 feet tall. One had a gold tooth and was wearing a knit hat. The white male had a mustache, police said.

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