Dating App Robbery: Suspects Hiding In Trunk Rob Man In Annapolis, Police Say
ANNAPOLIS, MD — A man was recently robbed in Annapolis by his date and two women hiding in her trunk, county police said.
Officers said the victim came to the Southern District police station last Wednesday to report the robbery, which happened on July 9.
Authorities said the victim used a dating app to arrange a meeting with a female in the 600 block of Admiral Drive.
The victim and his date drove together in the female's car to a nearby parking lot to speak privately, police said.
Officers said two more women emerged from the trunk and entered the car.
The suspects demanded the man's money and threatened him with a pair of scissors, authorities said.
Police said the victim complied and then ran away from the car.
Officers said two of the suspects are women aged 20 to 25 years old.
The other is a white female that is about 5 feet and 7 inches tall with a heavy build and multiple arm tattoos, authorities said.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department asked anybody with information to call (410) 222-1960. Tipsters can stay anonymous by dialing (410) 222-4700.
This map shows the area where officers said the victim met up with his date.
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