Balt. Co. armed robberies include attack at Lansdowne light rail station
BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WBFF) - Recent armed robberies in Baltimore County include an attack in a light rail parking lot in the Lansdowne/Baltimore Highlands area.
Baltimore County police also reported armed robberies at a Towson 7-Eleven and in an alleyway in Dundalk.
The light rail robbery occurred at 10:40 p.m. on Aug. 22 at the Baltimore Highlands station, on Baltimore Street, according to police reports.
Three people approached a victim, with one suspect pointing a gun at him while another hit him and knocked him to the ground.
The suspects tried to take the victim's car keys but "were stopped by three good Samaritans," according to police reports.
The suspects fled. The victim was not injured.
A 7-Eleven at a prominent Towson intersection was also robbed in the early morning of Aug. 28.
A person entered the 7-Eleven on York Road, near Towsontown Boulevard, at about 1:48 a.m. He implied he had a weapon and demanded the cashier give him cash, according to police reports.
On Aug. 24, Royal Farms in Dundalk was robbed at gunpoint at 3:49 a.m. The store is on Dundalk Avenue.
The victim gave the suspect cash after the suspect displayed a gun. The suspect fled the store.
Three unknown suspects also assaulted a victim at gunpoint in Dundalk at 2:40 p.m. on Aug. 26.
The incident was in an alleyway at Mornington Road and Yorkway.
One of the suspects pointed a gun at the victim and another suspect tripped the victim when he tried to run.
The suspects stole the victim's property and fled in a car driven by a third suspect.