Robert Thomas and Carrie Bryan, Md. couple charged in armed robbery at Severna Park pizza shop
A Maryland couple has been arrested for the armed robbery of a Severna Park pizza restaurant.
Thirty-year-old Robert Thomas, of Pasadena, and 29-year-old Carrie Bryan, Glen Burnie, are charged with armed robbery and related charges in connection with the robbery of Carini’s Pizza.
According to police, Thomas entered the store, located in the 100 block of Ritchie Highway, on Tuesday, armed with a shotgun, and demanded cash. He then fled in a waiting Chevy Camaro, driven by Bryan, and got away with the money.
Later on Tuesday, officers spotted the suspect’s vehicle outside a home in Pasadena. After detectives conducted several interviews and searched the residence, the vehicle was taken into police custody and later searched.
The next morning, both suspects were arrested for the Carini’s Pizza robbery.
Additional charges against them are pending in connection with three similar cases, in which the couple allegedly robbed the Xtra Fuels and Shell gas stations in Glen Burnie and a Lowest Price Gas Station in Pasadena.
Both suspects are in custody at a Anne Arundel County detention center.
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