While police have made no arrests in the robbery of the Edgewood KFC earlier this month, they have released additional details investigators hope will lead to the culprits.
Around 10: 45 p.m. June 4, Harford County sheriff's deputies were called to the KFC in the 2000 block of Pulaski Highway for a report of a robbery. When they arrived, deputies found a woman behind the counter who had been stabbed in the shoulder.
The woman was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore for treatment. She has since been released.
Police say three employees were cleaning and closing the restaurant when two men forced their way inside.
One robber stabbed the female employee in the shoulder before both ran away without getting any cash.
The man who stabbed the woman is described as a dark skinned black man with long corn rows who was wearing a dark, long-sleeve top (possibly a hooded sweatshirt), dark jeans, a dark blue New York Yankees baseball hat and black sunglasses. Police said he was armed with a large knife.
The second robber is described as a black man wearing all dark clothing with a black mask concealing the lower half of his face. Police said he was armed with a semi-automatic handgun.
This week police released photos of a bag found at the scene. The black bag with string pull ties sports the logo of a Hawaiian radio station KCCN FM 100.
Detectives are looking for anyone with information about how that bag wound up inside the Edgewood restaurant.
Police also suspect one of the robbers was wearing a black wig.
"We're continuing to investigate the armed robbery and we're looking for the community's help," Monica Worrell, public information specialist with the sheriff's office, said.
Anyone with information about this case they should contact Det. Chris Sergent, 410-836-5428.
Anyone with information regarding this crime who wishes to remain anonymous may report their information through the following methods listed below. Qualifying tips that lead to a conviction may be eligible for up to $ 2,000.00 in rewards.
Website/email: submit a tip online at http://www.harfordsheriff.org/wanted; text a message to Metro Crime Stoppers: Text "CRIMES" (274637), begin the message "MCS," then add the information; or call Harford Crime Solvers at 1-888-540-8477.