Baltimore Schools Officer Shoots Robbery Suspect

BALTIMORE — A Baltimore City Schools Police officer who intervened to halt a robbery in progress at a 99 Cent store shot one of the suspects,  the Baltimore Sun reports.

A citizen approached the officer, who was inside a restaurant in East Baltimore on Sunday evening and alerted the officer that the robbery was in progress. The suspects wore dark clothing and masks and were armed with guns and box cutters, witnesses said.

The officer shot the suspect on the upper body after he approached “in a threatening manner.”

Read the full story at BaltimoreSun.com.

 

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