Police Seek Help In Annapolis Armed Robbery

| July 16, 2013
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The Annapolis Police Department is seeking the identity of three suspects who robbed the Royal Farms Store located in the 400 block of Sixth Street in the early morning hours of July 16, 2013.

On 16 July 2013 at approximately 2:10 a.m. the first suspect walked into the Royal Farms Store and made sure there was no one but employees inside. The suspect then walked out and alerted two other suspects that the store was clear. The two suspects entered the store, one armed with a weapon, and proceeded to jump over the counter. The suspects removed cash from the register and cigarettes. The suspects fled the store on foot.

Detectives are also seeking information concerning a dark in color van, possibly a Dodge or Plymouth.

The suspect descriptions are:

Suspect #1:  African American male 5-07, 165, 20’s, corn rolls hair style, black tank top, dark cargo shorts, wire rimmed glasses, multicolored wrist band on right wrist.  He appeared to be the lookout.

Suspect #2:  African American male 5-10, 200, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, brown belt, and possibly new balance tennis Shoes.  Suspect was armed with a semi-auto weapon.

Suspect #3: African American male 5-08, medium build, 20’s, wearing a black long sleeves hoodie, gray under shirt, black jeans with stripes on side of shoes, carrying a purple backpack..


Anyone with information is asked to call the Annapolis Police Department at 410-268-9000 or (410) 268-4141. Anonymous tips may be left at (410) 280-CLUE.

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  • http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/ John Frenaye

    I agree-go figure

  • Guest 777

    Hoods wearing Hoodies in my Hood!

  • Laura

    I believe it is called “cornrows”