Jul 30, 2014

Home Invasion in Owings Mills Apartment

Several armed men, two with handguns, robbed three 19-year-olds in their Owings Mills home on Sunday, Oct. 21.

Home Invasion in Owings Mills Apartment

Three 19-year-old Owings Mills residents were robbed at gunpoint in their apartment on Sunday, Oct. 21.

Thee or four men entered the apartment on the unit block of Old Coach Lane in Owings Mills around 10:18 p.m., the victims told Baltimore County Police. Two men struck two of the residents in the head with a black semi-automatic handgun and a silver semi-automatic handgun and stole three cell phones, two sets of keys and a 2003 Red Infiniti G35. The vehicle was recovered on Millgate Road in Owings Mills on Friday, Oct. 26, and it was abandoned, said Capt. Matthew McElwee, commander of county police's Franklin Precinct No. 3.

The Franklin precinct’s Investigative Services Team is actively working the investigation.

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