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Dundalk Crime Roundup: Triple-Assault Day

Three people were injured in separate assaults on the same day in Dundalk.

Dundalk Crime Roundup: Triple-Assault Day

The following information is from the North Point Police Precinct 12 online blotter:

Sept. 8: Armed robbery - gun, 2000 block of Dundalk Avenue

At 10:21 p.m., two suspects entered the McDonald's restaurant. One displayed a handgun and the other displayed a knife. They ordered the employees and customers into the freezer. The suspects took some of the victims' personal property and also took money from the registers and the safe; they then ran away.

The first suspect is a man, 5'4", 160 pounds, with brown eyes. The second suspect is a man, 5'6", 180 pounds, with brown eyes.

Sept 6: First-degree assault, 7800 block of Wise Avenue

At 2 p.m., the victim drive to the Mars Supermarket and parked her car. When she got out of her car, she was immediately approached by a man armed with a knife. He swung the knife at her several times, causing injuries that were not life-threatening. The suspect, who did not say anything or attempt to take anything from her, ran away. The suspect is a man, 24 to 29 years old.

Sept. 6: First-degree assault, Dundalk Avenue and Willow Spring Road

At 2 p.m., a woman had just gotten off the bus when another woman began making derogatory comments towards her. The suspect and victim began fighting, and the suspect pulled a knife out during the fight. The victim received injuries that were not life-threatening and was able to run to a friend's home nearby. The suspect is a female, in her 20s, 5'5", 120 pounds, with a thin build and blond hair.

September 6: First-degree assault, 1600 block of Inverness Avenue

At 2 p.m., the victims were playing video games when a known subject came over to pay money to one of the victims. A fight began and the suspect struck the victim with an expandable baton.

The incident remains under investigation.

Source: Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 12 Police Blotter

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