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Date: May 21, 2020

photos of suspect and vehicle Police are asking for the public's help in identifying these two suspects linked to at least two robberies of gas stations in Baltimore County. 

The first robbery occurred on November 22, 2019 at 9:40 p.m. at the Crown gas station in the 1000 block of Ingleside Avenue, 21228. The suspect entered the store, threatened the attendant, and demanded cash. The suspect fled in the pictured black Ford Escape with additional suspects.

On December 15, 2019 at 10:37 p.m., the same suspect entered the Shell gas station in the 1600 block of Forest Park Avenue, 21207, with a second suspect. Again, he threatened the attendant and demanded cash.

Detectives from the Baltimore County Robbery Unit believe these same suspects may be responsible for additional robberies, as well. If  you recognize either of these two suspects, or have any additional information to offer, contact detectives by calling 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward when submitting tips through Metro Crime Stoppers.

Reward Offered

Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland, an organization that is separate from the Baltimore County Police Department and Baltimore County Government, offers rewards of up to $2,000 for information that leads to the arrest and charges in connection with felony offenses.

Anonymous tips can be sent to Metro Crime Stoppers by phone, online or via mobile app.

Phone: 1-866-7LOCKUP

Text: “MCS (include tip)” to CRIMES (274637)

Web tip: metrocrimestoppers.org

Photo of Officer Amy Sorrells Caprio, killed in the line-of-duty.Baltimore County Police Officers are wearing mourning bands on their badges today in memory of a fallen hero.

On May 21, 2018, Officer Amy Sorrells Caprio, 29, responded to a call for a suspicious vehicle with multiple suspicious subjects walking around homes on Linwen Way in Precinct 8 Parkville. When she arrived and located the vehicle, she got out of her police car and ordered the driver to exit the vehicle. Instead, the driver accelerated and fatally struck Officer Caprio.

Officer Caprio was nearly a four-year veteran of the Department and was married. Officer Caprio is the first female line-of-duty death in the Department's history.

As of this date, ten officers have lost their lives in the line-of-duty in Baltimore County.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017