Robber grabs customer, takes cash at Edgewater gas station

September 28, 1995

An Edgewater gas station was robbed of an undisclosed amount of cash early yesterday morning, county police said.

The robber entered the Texaco station at Route 2 and Mayo Road about midnight, grabbed a female customer around the neck, put an unidentified object against her side and ordered the cashier to hand him money, police said. The man then took the attendant and his keys to his Ford Mustang and tried to steal the car.

The attendant and the robber scuffled, and the robber drove down Mayo Road with another person in a silver Chevrolet Celebrity station wagon.

An officer gave chase, but the robber ran into the woods, and the other person in the station wagon also escaped.

The robber was described as a 20-year-old white man, 6 feet tall and weighing about 180 pounds. He was wearing a dark blue hooded sweat shirt and sweat pants.

Paceway store robbed by 2 men

Two men, one of them armed with a revolver, robbed the Paceway store in the 100 block of Old Solomons Island Road in Annapolis Tuesday, county police said.

The men walked into the store shortly after 8 p.m. and bought several items.

While he was at the counter, one of the men walked around the counter, pulled a small, black revolver and told the clerk, "You know the drill."

The men took all the cash from the drawer and fled in a turquoise, four-door Mazda, police said.

Police could not provide a description of the robbers.

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