ATV Riders Try To Hit, Rob Victim At Gunpoint In Pasadena: Police
PASADENA, MD - Two males on an all-terrain vehicle tried to ram into a victim and rob him at gunpoint recently in Pasadena, police said.
Officers said the victim reported the encounter Monday at 12:30 p.m.
The incident happened earlier in the day near Kings Bench Place and Notley Road, authorities said.
The victim reported that the suspects approached him while they were riding a green ATV, a press release said.
The victim also told police that the suspects tried to hit him with their ATV, the release said.
The victim reported that the suspects then pointed a black handgun at him while demanding money and property, officers said.
Authorities said the victim ran away and the suspects drove away on their four-wheeler.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is still investigating.
Detectives asked anybody with information to call (410) 222-6145. Tipsters can stay anonymous by dialing (410) 222-4700.
This map shows the area where officers said the attempted vehicular assault and the attempted armed robbery happened.
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