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Original release (February 5,2016  9:01 a.m.):

The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for a December 31 robbery in Owings Mills.

The initial investigation into the incident has indicated that on December 31, 2015 between 10:30 and 11 p.m., the victim, a 31-year-old woman, went into the store portion of an Exxon station in the 10500 block of Reisterstown Road 21117. She presented the cashier a $100 bill to get changed, but the cashier could not change the bill so she left. A man behind her in line followed her outside and said that he could change her $100 bill. The man then grabbed the $100 bill from her hand and ran off without giving her anything. She tried to grab him, but he pushed her down and tried to take her purse but was not successful.

An image of the man was captured on the store’s video surveillance system.

This incident is under investigation by the Franklin / Precinct 3 Investigative Services Team.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call police at 410-887-6979.


UPDATE: Baltimore County Police have released the names of the two men that were arrested in connection with three 7-Eleven robberies Thursday night.

  • 25-year-old Anthony Robert DiCarlo of the 1800 block of Greencastle Drive 21206
  • 21-year-old Anthony Peter Inzana Jr of the 1800 block of Oakdale Avenue 21236

Both men are being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $500,000 bail.

Original release:

Baltimore County Police have arrested two adult males in connection with three separate 7-Eleven robberies last night.

  • At 10:53 p.m., two males entered a 7-Eleven convenience store in the 11600 block of Philadelphia Road in White Marsh. One of the males was armed with a machete; one was armed with a handgun. The male with the machete jumped over the counter, pointed the machete at the clerk and demanded money. The male with the handgun pointed it at a customer and demanded money from her. The males fled the location with an undisclosed amount of money from the store and a customer.
  • At 11:21 p.m., two males entered a 7-Eleven convenience store in the 9600 block of Belair Road in Nottingham. One male had a long knife and jumped over the counter. The other male walked up to a store clerk and pointed a handgun at him. The males took an undisclosed amount of money from the store.
  • At 11:50 p.m., two males entered a 7-Eleven convenience store in the 1500 block of York Road in Lutherville. One of the males was armed with a machete; one was armed with a handgun. The male with the machete jumped over the counter, pointed the machete at the clerk and demanded money. The male with the handgun pointed it at a customer. The males fled the location with an undisclosed amount of money from the store. Nothing was taken from customers.

At 12:10 a.m. this morning, police responded to the area of Ridge Road and Belair Road in Nottingham for a report of suspicious subjects. An officer encountered the subjects on the parking lot of an Enterprise Leasing store in the 8000 block of Belair Road at which time the subjects ran. Both subjects were apprehended a short time later and were found to match the description of the subjects from the earlier robberies. A machete, a handgun, and clothing items were found in the area. Investigation has determined that they had planned to rob an Exxon gas station in the 8100 block of Belair Road but were stopped by police before they could commit the crime.

There were no reports of shots being fired or any injuries during the robberies.

Investigation determined that the male subjects who were stopped for the suspicious subjects call were responsible for the three 7-Eleven robberies.

The names of the subjects arrested in this investigation will be released after they are formally charged.

 
 

Revised September 27, 2016