GLEN BURNIE, Md. - It was a fight among thieves. That's what police in Anne Arundel County are saying. They say four men who tried to rob a convenience store in Glen Burnie fought among themselves in the parking lot and were arrested after officers broke up the altercation.
It happened about 3:50 a.m. Monday at the Royal Farms store on of Oak Manor Drive. Police say that one of the four men tried to pull a store clerk outside so the other men could get into the store and rob it.
But the clerk broke free and two clerks locked the men outside. All four of the suspects had driven to the store in one car; they began fighting among themselves.
The four were charged with robbery, theft and other offenses.
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