Teen-ager suffers minor injuries in brief struggle with robbers

September 20, 1995|By Ed Heard | Ed Heard,SUN STAFF

A 13-year-old Columbia boy was pushed to the ground, cut and robbed of a few dollars by two robbers in Columbia's Wilde Lake village Sunday, Howard County police said.

The boy suffered minor injuries to the chest, hand and torso during a brief struggle with the two male robbers. He was treated and released at Howard County General Hospital the same night, police said.

He was unable to give a detailed description of the two people who approached him from behind while he was walking in the 5200 block of West Running Brook Road about 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

One of the robbers displayed a knife and held the boy down while the other searched through his pockets and took about $3. The two suspects then ran, police said.

Man robbed in automobile by pair of armed men

A Columbia man parking his car outside his Hickory Ridge village apartment was robbed by two men armed with 9 mm handguns Sunday night, Howard County police said.

Samuel Winfield, 28, of the 10400 block of Hickory Ridge Road was not injured in the 10:30 p.m. robbery, police said.

Once outside his vehicle, Mr. Winfield was forced to the ground by one robber while the other took his wallet containing $300 and his car keys. The two men fled on foot, police said.

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