Regional Recap, January 1, 2014

| January 1, 2014
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Search For Missing Annapolis Man Continues. Annapolis police are searching for a man who’s been missing for nearly a month. As 11 News learns more about the circumstances surrounding his disappearance, the case becomes more and more suspicious. While Annapolis was putting up holiday decorations, Rob Stewart’s friends were putting up fliers.

Couple Struggles To Bring Adoptive Child Home.  The Democratic Republic of Congo government said that 103 people were killed in a violent attack by rebels in the capital, Kinshasa. A Congo government spokesman said the violence on Monday killed 95 attackers and eight members of the army. Congo is a vast country in the heart of Africa. An Annapolis couple knew of the great need there for adoptive parents.

Crews Battle Fire At Baltimore County Business.  Investigators are working to determine the cause of a fire at a catering business in Baltimore County. SkyTeam 11 was over the scene around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday along the 6600 block of Bel Air Road in Overlea. Dark smoke was seen billowing from Overlea Caterers as fire crews worked to get everything under control.

Police Look For Men Who Robbed Odenton Bank.  Anne Arundel County police hope somebody recognizes three men who robbed an Odenton bank on Monday. Authorities said a black man and two white or Hispanic men entered the Old Line Bank on Annapolis Road, displaying handguns and demanding money. Police said they fled in a green minivan.

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