Robbers who waited overnight in a Glen Burnie McDonald's...

October 16, 1997

Robbers who waited overnight in a Glen Burnie McDonald's fled with an undisclosed amount of money after robbing the restaurant early yesterday, county police said.

According to police, after manager Carol Ann Plews, 41, and another employee opened the store in the 7400 block of Ritchie Highway about 4 a.m., two men brandishing pistols forced her to open a safe.

After they took the money, the men forced Plews and the employee into a walk-in freezer and fled, police said. Police had no detailed descriptions of the robbers.

Glen Burnie: Tools worth $2,100 were stolen overnight Monday from a construction storage shed at Cedar Hill Cemetery on Ritchie Highway.

Glen Burnie: A computer, printer, fax and copy machines, carpet cleaning machine, a chair, and floor sample books, all worth $6,400, were stolen Monday from Chesapeake Carpet and Flooring in the 6700 block of Chesapeake Center Drive.

Glen Burnie: A television and video cassette recorder worth $350 were stolen between 6 a.m. and 4: 30 p.m. Tuesday from a home in the first block of S. Meadow Drive.

Pub Date: 10/16/97

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