Police Want Help Finding Armed Robber Who Hit Annapolis 7-11

The suspect wore all black except for green soles.

Anne Arundel County Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said that police from the Southern District are looking for man who is believe to have robbed a 7-Eleven store in the 100 block of Defense Highway in Annapolis just before 2 a.m. on Saturday (Nov. 10).

The report said that officers are looking for a 5’6″ to 5’10″ white male between 150 to 180 pounds, wearing a black sweatshirt with a hood, a black knit hat, black gloves and black shoes with green soles.

Southern District police officers said that the suspect entered the store and displayed what appeared to be a handgun. The clerk complied to the demand for money. The suspect then fled. Officers and a K-9 unit searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspect.

Aaron Wyatt was charged with making false threats and a phoney destructive device (fake bomb).

Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Damion Dzambo of the Robbery Unit at 410-222-3605 (3566).

In a separate incident Saturday, police got a call that a  Laurel man was using Skype to make threats to blow up a bomb in a shed in order to harm himself and others.

Police traced the call to Aaron David Wyatt, 24, and found that the threat was coming from the 400 block of Barbersville Road in Laurel.

Officers responded to the Laurel home. There, they found Wyatt in the shed, using Skype, making what officers believed to be a bomb. Officers safely removed Wyatt from the shed. Police then called in the Fire Marshal’s Fire Explosive Investigators who, in the end, determined that what Wyatt had made was a fake. Wyatt was subsequently charged with Phoney Destructive Device and Threat/Arson.

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