Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

60-year-old man behind string of Norfolk armed robberies in custody

60-year-old man behind string of Norfolk armed robberies in custody

"When the victim's said they did not have change, the suspects brandished handguns and demanded the victims give them money".

A teen's deal to sell his PlayStation 4 to two central Arkansas high schoolers instead turned into an armed robbery, police said.

On Monday morning, around 10:45 a.m., police reported to the Walgreens at 810 W. 21st Street for a robbery.

Police say the clerk inside the gas station "left the store and was unharmed but shaken from the incident".

Police said shortly after, officers were notified of someone admitted to University Hospital with a gunshot wound.


Officers have issued warrants for two other suspects who were in Forrest's vehicle.

"The suspects are described as all being in their mid-twenties, between 5'08" and 6'0" tall with medium-brown complexions.

A man remained jailed over the weekend after he allegedly robbed a pizza shop in Elkton at knifepoint, according to Cecil County District Court records.

The amount of money was not given by police.

Baker, 41, with no permanent address, should be considered "armed and risky", police spokesman Joel DeSpain said, urging anyone who sees him or the vehicle he allegedly stole to call 911, not Crime Stoppers.

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