Reward offered for info on Rosedale bank robbery suspect

Rosedale Bank Robbery Suspect 20181012The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward for information leading to the capture of the man responsible for several bank robberies in the Rosedale area and throughout Baltimore County.

The suspect is wanted in connection with the following bank robberies:

suspect is responsible for a series of armed bank robberies in the Baltimore, Maryland, area. The subject entered each bank and approached the victim teller and/or presented a demand note. The subject has committed bank robberies at the following locations:

– September 24, 2018: Howard Bank located at 10101 Philadelphia Road, Rosedale, Maryland 21237

– September 28, 2018: Essex Bank located at 1230 Race Road, Rosedale, Maryland 21237

– September 28, 2018: M&T Bank located at 8315 Pulaski Highway, Rosedale, Maryland 21237

– September 28, 2018: Howard Bank located at 2700 Remington Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21211

– October 4, 2018: Chesapeake Bank located at 5424 Carville Avenue, Arbutus, Maryland 21227

– October 11, 2018: Kopernik Bank located at 6201 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21224

– October 11, 2018: First National Bank located at 7546 Holabird Avenue, Dundalk, Maryland 21222

On September 24, 2018, the suspect wore a gray “CHAMPION” hoodie, blue jeans and black and white shoes. On September 28, the suspect wore a black hoodie, black gym pants with stripes down the side, yellow hard hat and dark-colored bandana around his neck. On October 4, 2018, the suspect wore a black hoodie, blue jeans, black boots, and a black baseball hat. On October 11, 2018, the suspect wore a black hoodie, grey tapered sweatpants, black baseball hat, black bandana and a black baseball hat.

Height: 6’0″ to 6’3″
Weight: 180 to 220 pounds
Sex: Male
Build: Large
Hair: Thin Mustache
Complexion: Dark
Race: Black
Age: 30 to 45 years old


The FBI is offering a reward up to $5,000 for information concerning these robberies. This man should be considered armed & dangerous.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Baltimore Office of the FBI at (410) 265-8080.

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Police seek to identify suspect wanted in connection with shooting at The Avenue

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man who fired shots during a disturbance at The Avenue at White Marsh last month.

Officers responded to the scene at just before 2 a.m. on September for a  report of shots fired.

Detectives later learned that a 28-year-old male victim had actually sustained a stab wound to the lower body.

Upon viewing surveillance and cell phone video from the scene, police have determined that shots were, in fact, fired that night.

Police are seeking to identify several individuals who are wanted either as a suspect or for questioning.


View more in the video below.  Anyone with information is asked to contact police immediately at 410-307-2020.


Police seek to identify Overlea-Fullerton 7-Eleven robbery suspect

Fullerton 7-11 Robbery SuspectPolice in Baltimore County are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed the 7-Eleven store located in the 7600-block of Belair Road (21236) on September 23rd.

The suspect entered the store at just before 8 p.m. that Sunday and spoke with the clerk briefly, then left the store.

The man re-entered the store a few minutes later and approached the counter to make a purchase, but then implied a weapon and demanded money from the cash register.

After receiving the cash, the suspect fled toward Fowler Avenue.


Anyone who can identify this man is asked to contact the Baltimore County Police Department Robbery Unit by calling 410-307-2020.

Police ask for help identifying Essex burglar [VIDEO]

Essex BurglarPolice in Baltimore County are asking the public for any information that may help identify this burglar who struck a home in the 1600-block of Williams Avenue in Essex (21221) at around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 2nd.

Surveillance video from a neighbor’s camera caught the suspect in the victim’s yard. One video shows the suspect walking through the back yard, then turning back and attempting to gain access to the victim’s garage.

A second video shows the suspect exiting the garage with a sledge hammer he may have used to gain entry to the home through a window, stealing cash and jewelry before leaving through a rear door.

Similar incidents have occurred since early September in the Middleborough area. Homes have typically been burglarized during daytime hours, with windows being the usual mode of entry into the home. Two homes on Hilltop Avenue, one on Windjammer Court, and most recently, this home on Williams Avenue have been the targets of burglaries.

Police are asking residents to keep their eyes open for this suspect or any similarly dressed person walking through neighbors’ yards or behaving suspiciously.  If spotted, call 911 immediately.

Anyone with information on this individual is asked to call police at 410-307-2020.

View the burglar in action in the videos below.

Harford County police seeking burglary, theft suspect

Dominick CopenhaverPolice in Harford County are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a Joppa man wanted for burglary, theft, and drug possession.

Dominick Shaun Copenhaver is wanted for burglary, theft, and drug possession with intent to distribute.

His last known address was on Haverhill Road in Joppa.

Anyone with information on Copenhaver’s whereabouts is asked to call police at 410-838-6600 or submit a tip online at