Reisterstown Man Robbed Outside His Home

A man was robbed at gunpoint while getting things out of the backseat of his car after coming home on Thursday, Oct. 18.

Two men robbed a Reisterstown resident at gunpoint outside of his home while he was getting his belongings from the back seat of his car.

Around 9:05 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, two men, one armed with a silver revolver, stole $140 cash, two briefcases containing various work papers and three paychecks. The victim, age 45, had just returned to his home on the 100 block of Trout Brook Circle, according to a police report.

As he was getting things from his car, one suspect pointed a gun at the Reisterstown man and said, “don’t yell and hand everything over,” according to the police report. The suspects ran away after taking the man’s belongings.

DJ Groove October 22, 2012 at 05:37 PM
Do we know the description of the robbers?
Marc Shapiro October 22, 2012 at 05:58 PM
There's nothing distinguishing in the police report's description that would help the public find these men. Anytime we have something that would truly distinguish a suspect, we include it.
Patch fan boi October 22, 2012 at 09:17 PM
AKA....we take a liberal stance on everything. If this question comes up once or twice a week...there is obviously a want from your readers for this info. Instead you take the high liberal road of not wanting to put any "race" down. Good unbias coverage...thanks for the Obama ads on the site as well.
Marc Shapiro October 23, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Let me repeat myself. It does the public, police and Patch absolutely no good if we have no distinguishing characteristics of the suspects. The only information we have sometimes (and in this case) would turn a large majority of the population into suspects. Race does not fall into a distinguishing characteristic, it is only used when we have more specific information to supplement it.
patch fan boi October 23, 2012 at 04:59 PM
I heard you...but point still sounds. I'm fairly certain the police gave a height, weight, race, and maybe even a clothing description. So it does no good for this guys neighbor if he's exiting his vehicle and see's someone matching the same description? Maybe it's not the same guy...but maybe the next victim is a bit more aware of his surroundings or decides to keep driving and circle the block and come back. I know in my neighborhood if I knew a white male subject about 5'10 and 185 lbs with a black shirt robbed someone last week....and I saw someone about the same walking around as I was exiting my car....I'd be more aware thus helping me as the next potential victim. But your right...it doesnt fit the Liberal agenda....thanks for the Obama ad's...I just might pay that insane money to have dinner with Michele.


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