Men impersonate federal agents during Severna Park robbery, police say

Two men claiming they were federal agents stopped a car to search it and robbed its occupants early Saturday morning in Severna Park, Anne Arundel police said Tuesday.

The male victims, ages 17 and 18, had stopped their car in the 500 block of Jumpers Hole Road because they were feeling uneasy about possibly being followed and called the police. They were approached by the suspects, two males in their 20s, who began to search the car and the victims, police said.

One of the victims and a suspect got into an altercation, according to police, and one of the suspects took a cell phone and wallet from the driver of the vehicle.

The suspects left the area driving a gold Honda Accord¸ police said, and were later seen on surveillance footage at a nearby 7-Eleven.

Police aren't sure if the call was placed before or after the robbery, but police arrived to the scene around 3:32 a.m.

One victim suffered minor injuries during the incident. People with more information are asked to contact Detective Mark Zukowski of the Eastern District Detectives at 410-222-6145.

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