Arundel Digest


October 24, 2003

State, U.S. officials offer insurance help related to Isabel

Maryland Insurance Commissioner Alfred W. Redmer Jr. will meet tomorrow morning with county residents who are having insurance problems related to Tropical Storm Isabel.

Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Flood Insurance Program, the Small Business Administration and assorted county agencies will also attend.

The meeting is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to noon at Venice on the Bay Community Hall, 1919 Arundel Road in Pasadena. It is open to the public.

Two armed men rob bank in Gambrills

Two men carrying three handguns held up a BB&T bank branch in Gambrills yesterday morning, county police said.

No one was injured, but the men made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from three tellers at the bank in the 2400 block of Brandermill Boulevard, police said.

One man is described as a fair-skinned African-American in his 40s, about 6 feet 5 inches tall, 210 pounds with a mustache. He was wearing a black shirt with white polka dots, black jeans and black tennis shoes, and he carried two handguns.

The second man is described as white in his 20s, about 6 feet 2 inches tall and 190 pounds. He wore goggles over his eyes and a gray hooded sweat shirt. He also carried a handgun. He may use the nickname "Superstar."

The two men were last seen running eastbound on Route 3 toward a construction site.

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