Harford County Police Seeking Suspects in Robbery

 Friday, March 11, 2011 – Jenny Glick
Harford County Sheriff’s Office are hoping the public can help them crack a robbery case involving a 52-year-old victim.The robbery occurred on the 2600 block of Smallwood Drive in Abingdon, MD.

Victim Tina Marie Janouris, told deputies she answered the front door of her home expecting her mother. Instead, she was confronted by a white male wearing a ski mask. She says a second white male wearing a ski mask was there as well, and the two forced their way into her home with a handgun and demanded cash.

Unable to meet their demands, the victim, told police she was forced by gunpoint, to drive her own vehicle to her local bank located at the corner of Emmorton Rd and Bel Air South Parkway. She then entered the bank alone and withdrew the amount of cash requested by the suspect. The second suspect remained behind in the victim’s home during this period.

After withdrawing the cash from the bank, Janouris says she was forced, by gunpoint, to drive her vehicle to Hidden Ridge Terrace in the Box Hill South area of Abingdon, MD.

After stopping, she says the suspect exited her car and departed in a red older boxy style jeep Cherokee with a black stripe on the side and a white rear bumper, which was being driven by a third suspect.


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