BALTIMORE, Md. - The Baltimore Police Department's Citywide Robbery Unit is asking for the media's help in identifying a robbery suspect:
On Thursday, September 6, the Marshals Department Store located at 6700 Reisterstown Road. Officers responded to the scene and spoke to a store employee, who told them she had been working at a cash register located at the rear entry/exit door when she was robbed by an unidentified black male suspect.
The suspect came to her register with merchandise asking the price. The employee checked the price of the item and told the suspect the price. The suspect the replied he did not want the merchandise and then demanded money from the cash register. The suspect lifted his shirt to display the handle of a handgun and threatened to shoot the employee. Fearing for her safety, the employee complied with the demands of the suspect and gave him money from the cash register. The suspect fled the business through the rear entry/exit door. No injuries were reported in this incident.
The Citywide Robbery Unit is investigating and anyone with information is asked to call them at 410-366-6341.
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