Regional Recap, September 10, 2013

| September 10, 2013
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Police Looking For Arnold Bank Robber. Anne Arundel County police are asking the public’s help to find a bank robber who struck in Arnold. Police said the robbery happened at the TD Bank at 1470 Ritchie Highway South around 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Police said the robber approached the teller’s counter, announced a robbery and took cash before fleeing the bank on foot.

Man Arrested On Stolen Vehicle, Burglary Charges.  Anne Arundel County police said they arrested a man in connection to stealing a vehicle and a burglary. Police said around 6:30 a.m. Sunday a patrol officer in the area of Mountain Road and Route 648 saw a late model red Chevrolet Chevelle that matched the description of a stolen vehicle that was taken in a burglary the day before from a home in the 8100 block of Elizabeth Road in Pasadena.

Police: Shots Fired In Pasadena.  Anne Arundel County police are investigating reports of shots fired in Pasadena. Officers, a K-9 unit and aviation responded to the community of Freetown for a reported incident of shots heard in the area around 10 p.m. Saturday. Police said officers found numerous empty shell casings near the intersection of Whitaker Road and Liberty Circle.

Police: Trio Attacks, Robs Man In Glen Burnie. Anne Arundel County police said a trio of men attacked and robbed a man in Glen Burnie. Officers were called to the Baltimore-Washington Medical Center for a reported assault around 9:30 p.m. Saturday. A 20-year-old man told police he was in the 6000 block of Olson Road around 8 p.m. when he was approached from behind by three men, one of who punched him, causing him to fall. He told police the three attackers then began kicking him, while one attacker went through his pockets and took his cellphone.

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