27 July 2009

Man Robbed, Shot On Harford Rd.

A car possibly driven by a pizza delivery man who was robbed and shot Sunday night is searched for clues by Baltimore Police.

Story and photos by A.F. James MacArthur, Ph.A.L., Managing Editor

A man was shot in the leg around 11:15 p.m. Sunday night at 2640 Harford Rd. While police did not offer much information, The Baltimore Spectator spoke to a witness who said the man, possibly a pizza delivery driver, was on the porch of the residence, when an unknown gunman rushed up to him demanding money. A minor struggle ensued and the gunman fired several shots with one round striking the victim. The wound is not believed to be life threatening.


Larry Wallace also contributed to this story.



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