Three more suspects arrested in robbery at city gun store Police seeking one more man in theft, fatal shooting.


Three more suspects have been arrested in the robbery last week of a Belair Road gun shop, in which the owner was killed and a customer critically wounded.

A man identified only as "Ida" was arrested without incident today about 10 a.m. in the 2200 block of W. Baltimore St.

Police said they have his legal name but are withholding it until he is formally charged.

Lawrence Bell Jr., 38, of the 2300 block of Druid Hill Ave., walked into Central District police headquarters at 12:30 a.m. yesterday and surrendered, police said.

And on Saturday morning, Charles Ray Randolph Jr., 22, of the 500 block of Gold St., was picked up by Baltimore police.

Both men, charged with murder, attempted murder, robbery and other offenses, were held without bail, pending a bail review hearing scheduled today.

Of the eight men police have been seeking in connection with the holdup of the Northeast Gun Shop, at 4921 Belair Road, only one remains at large.

Police identified him as Kevin Brown, 18, of 5900 block of Radecke Ave.

Charles E. Scheuerman, 53, was killed in the robbery Wednesday. Michael Berman, 42, of Columbia, was shot in the back.

More than 40 guns were stolen from the shop, police said, and many have not been recovered.

Four of the suspects were arrested the day of the holdup.

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