3 Relatives, 1 Other Charged in Armed Robbery of Cellphone Store
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ELLICOTT CITY, Md. — Howard County Police have charged four people with robbing an Ellicott City cellphone store at gunpoint.
Police say on June 17, a man wearing pink pants and pink shoes went into the AT&T store on Baltimore National Pike, looked around and then left. Minutes later, officers say two men and a woman, two of them armed with gun, entered the store and robbed two employees of cellphones and cash.
Police say surveillance video showed the three robbers getting out of a car with the man in pink pants and shoes. Officers found a picture of a suspect wearing the pink outfit on Facebook.
Twenty-one-year-old Justin Snow, his brother, 19-year-old Johnny Snow, their cousin, 22-year-old Taylor Snow, and 24-year-old Arkeene Redditt-Abrams are all charged with armed robbery and other offenses.
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