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June 26, 1988 | Associated Press
An armored car's crew left the keys in the ignition while servicing an automatic teller machine and returned to find both the van and its cargo of about $750,000 missing, the FBI said Saturday. Although the van was recovered Friday, about 11 hours after it disappeared, the cash was not, said an FBI spokesman who spoke on the condition he not be identified. No arrests had been made Saturday, the FBI said.
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October 17, 1998 | Associated Press
Two Maryland men were charged Friday with first-degree murder in a double slaying, robbery and fire at a doughnut shop. Trone Ashford, 26, and John Epps IV, 20, both of Temple Hills, Md., were charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault each. Police were looking for a third suspect, Alicia Holloway, 17, of Fort Washington, Md. Three employees of a Dunkin' Donuts shop in Camp Springs were shot execution-style in the food preparation area early Thursday, police said.
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December 13, 1987 | United Press International
A man identifying himself as "Jose" has claimed responsibility for stealing a 99-year-old painting of George Washington valued at $25,000 from the Baltimore Museum of Art, a newspaper reported Saturday. The Baltimore Sun said the man called Friday to explain that he stole the painting in retaliation for the December, 1985, theft of 140 pre-Columbian artifacts from a Mexico City museum. He called the theft "a loan," the newspaper said.
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October 16, 1998 | Associated Press
Two workers were found shot to death early Thursday in an apparent robbery at a Dunkin' Donuts shop that was set on fire, authorities said. A third employee was shot in the arm and leg and was in serious condition at a hospital. Officers responding to a burglar alarm found the shop in flames. No suspects were in custody.
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August 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Kevin Washington, University of Maryland wide receiver, was arrested Friday charged with forgery and misdemeanor theft, according to university police. He also allegedly stole credit cards from two people living in his campus apartment building, police said. Washington is not charged with using the cards to make purchases, but a teammate--running back Larry Washington--said he used one of the cards to buy tennis shoes and some clothes, the Washington Post reported.
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April 10, 1992 | Associated Press
Robbers who stole $1,400 in church collections have returned the money, along with an extra $4 and a note of sorrow, a pastor said. "This is probably one for Ripley's Believe It or Not," said Father Martin F. McGeough of Our Lady of Lourdes Church. "We got some interest on our robbery." Three men, one with a gun, robbed church volunteers on March 15 as they took cash and checks from parishioners to a night deposit.
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October 16, 1998 | Associated Press
Two workers were found shot to death early Thursday in an apparent robbery at a Dunkin' Donuts shop that was set on fire, authorities said. A third employee was shot in the arm and leg and was in serious condition at a hospital. Officers responding to a burglar alarm found the shop in flames. No suspects were in custody.
NEWS
October 17, 1998 | Associated Press
Two Maryland men were charged Friday with first-degree murder in a double slaying, robbery and fire at a doughnut shop. Trone Ashford, 26, and John Epps IV, 20, both of Temple Hills, Md., were charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault each. Police were looking for a third suspect, Alicia Holloway, 17, of Fort Washington, Md. Three employees of a Dunkin' Donuts shop in Camp Springs were shot execution-style in the food preparation area early Thursday, police said.
SPORTS
August 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Kevin Washington, University of Maryland wide receiver, was arrested Friday charged with forgery and misdemeanor theft, according to university police. He also allegedly stole credit cards from two people living in his campus apartment building, police said. Washington is not charged with using the cards to make purchases, but a teammate--running back Larry Washington--said he used one of the cards to buy tennis shoes and some clothes, the Washington Post reported.
NEWS
April 10, 1992 | Associated Press
Robbers who stole $1,400 in church collections have returned the money, along with an extra $4 and a note of sorrow, a pastor said. "This is probably one for Ripley's Believe It or Not," said Father Martin F. McGeough of Our Lady of Lourdes Church. "We got some interest on our robbery." Three men, one with a gun, robbed church volunteers on March 15 as they took cash and checks from parishioners to a night deposit.
NEWS
June 26, 1988 | Associated Press
An armored car's crew left the keys in the ignition while servicing an automatic teller machine and returned to find both the van and its cargo of about $750,000 missing, the FBI said Saturday. Although the van was recovered Friday, about 11 hours after it disappeared, the cash was not, said an FBI spokesman who spoke on the condition he not be identified. No arrests had been made Saturday, the FBI said.
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December 13, 1987 | United Press International
A man identifying himself as "Jose" has claimed responsibility for stealing a 99-year-old painting of George Washington valued at $25,000 from the Baltimore Museum of Art, a newspaper reported Saturday. The Baltimore Sun said the man called Friday to explain that he stole the painting in retaliation for the December, 1985, theft of 140 pre-Columbian artifacts from a Mexico City museum. He called the theft "a loan," the newspaper said.
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