Car taken during armed robbery
GRASONVILLE — A car, cell phones, and cash were taken during an armed robbery at a home in the 4500 block of Main Street in Grasonville, according to the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.
At 12:36 a.m. on April 1, police responded to the 7-Eleven at Pullmans Crossing for a reported carjacking and, when they arrived, two females and a male said they were robbed at the Main Street residence and had fled to the 7-Eleven.
The two females said they were at the apartment of Brian Turek and the three were watching a movie and, at some point, Turek left to go to the store, leaving the two females in the apartment alone. A few minutes later, the door was forced open and two men came in, one armed with an assault rifle and the other with a pistol. The men ordered the two females to the floor and demanded money, the sheriff’s office said.
The men searched the apartment, took the victim’s cell phones, cash, and car keys from a purse. They also searched the women before they left.
The victims heard a car, leaving which was later found to be one of the victim’s cars. When Turek returned, the three went to the 7-Eleven and called 911.
The suspects were described as a black male dressed in black clothing with the rifle and the second subject was a black male with a handgun.
Stolen items reported were a 2012 Hyundai 4-door, cell phones, and cash. Later in the morning, the Hyundai was located on Hess Road.
The incident remains under investigation by the Sheriff Office’s Criminal Investigation Unit. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Det. Jason Rickard at (410) 758-0770, by email at email@example.com, or personal message the Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.