SHREWSBERRY, Pa. (WHTM) -The Southern Regional Police Department has charged two individuals in connection with an armed robbery at the Subway on Constitution Avenue on July 13.
According to police, 26-year-old, Carnell Cummings and 28-year-old, Kelly Washington Jr. of Baltimore City have been charged with robbery, simple assault, terroristic threats, theft by unlawful taking, and receiving stolen property.
Court documents detail that the men were wearing black ski masks when they entered the store and forced the employees and a customer into a bathroom at gunpoint. Before being forced into the bathroom, one of the robbers had employees open the cash register and a safe while the other took electronics.
Just under $4,000 was stolen along with safe drop boxes that were valued at $175, police said. Three iPhones worth more than a total of $2,500 and an iPad worth $800 were also stolen by Cummings and Washington.
During the investigation, police were able to gather surveillance video from other businesses in the area. It was discovered that the vehicle the duo drove was a rental vehicle, and the company was able to give police a phone number that they traced back to Cummings, the charging documents state.
It was noted in the charging documents that Cummings was seen on surveillance video wearing the same clothing that he had on during the armed robbery about six hours later when he went to a Royal Farms in Maryland and that his appearance matched one of the gunman’s.
Clothes that were worn by the other gunman during the robbery were found in Washington’s home when police executed a search, the charging documents state.
Cell phone records from both men show that they were both in the rental vehicle in the area of the Subway before the robbery and then it also showed them quickly leaving the area back to Baltimore afterward.
Police say that both men are currently in Baltimore County Detention Center and are awaiting Maryland charges for robbery and extradition back to Pennsylvania.