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Police arrest Glen Burnie robbery suspect

Police arrested a man who tried to rob a Glen Burnie convenience store Monday, county police said.

Just before 8 p.m., a man walked up to the register of a 7-Eleven store on Quarterfield Road and showed what appeared to be a handgun in the waistband of his pants and demanded money from an employee. The employee refused and went into a back room. The suspect left the store.

Officers working a "Holiday Robbery Suppression Detail" arrested Ryan Marcus Green, 20, of the 3200 block of Yosemite Ave. in Baltimore and charged him with armed robbery, assault, theft and other related charges, police said.

3 charged as attempted murder accessories

Two women and a man have been charged with helping a man wanted for attempted murder evade police, Annapolis police said.

Brandon Randall, 21, of the 700 block of Newtowne Drive, is wanted on a warrant charging him with attempted first-degree murder for the shooting of Rico Delass Thomas, 22, early on November 21.

According to police, Teresa Maria Wilson, 18, of Glen Burnie, Lois Geneva Whittington, 27, of Suitland and Ronnie Albert Randall, 26, of Melrob Court in Annapolis, helped Randall escape after the shooting and destroy evidence.

The two women and the man, who is Brandon Randall's cousin, were arrested Friday and charged with being accessories to attempted murder, police said. Police are still searching for Brandon Randall.

Police searching for two men after robbery

Two men snatched the purses of two women Saturday night as the women walked on Country Club Drive near Old Farm Road in Glen Burnie, police said.

The men approached the women at 11:46 p.m. and sprayed them with Mace, according to Anne Arundel County police. The robbers threw them to the ground and then grabbed their purses The women, who suffered minor injuries, refused medical treatment.

The women saw the men running toward Paul Marr Road. Both wore bandanas over their faces and wore dark pants and dark jackets.

Anyone with information is asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 866-7LOCKUP or 866-756-2587.

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