Salisbury robbery under investigation

Salisbury Police are investigating a robbery near Cynthia Place.

Police said the investigation revealed that at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 7, the victim was walking on Lorecrop Drive toward Pinehurst Avenue when he saw two men walking on the other side of the street toward him.

Police said the men turned around and approached him  from behind. One of them punched him In the face, causing him to fall to the ground, and the other one kicked him in the chest. The men demanded money and the victim gave them his wallet, police said. They fled on foot.

The victim reported the incident to Salisbury University Police. He had a cut under his eye but refused treatment, police said.

Officers tried a K-9 track for the suspect but were unsuccessful, police said. They determined the suspect fled into the Cynthia Place housing complex and they obtained a surveillance video, police said.

Police described the first suspect as a black male, about 20 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, wearing a green shirt and camouflage shorts.

The second suspect was described as a black male, 20 years old, 6 feet 3 inches tall, with a bald head, wearing a tan shirt and black pants.

Anybody with information should call Salisbury police.

City issues shoplifting arrests listing

In an effort to reduce shoplifting, Salisbury police released the names of those arrested Oct. 13 to 19.

Charged were Kyle Lee Hearn, 26, of Laurel, Del.; Dontrez Lemont Archer, 25,of Laurel, Del.; Valerie Amelia Harley, 49, of Parsonsburg; juvenile male, 15, of Parsonsburg; Susan Christell Sulieman, 44, of Parsonsburg; Aaron Robinson Jones, 20, of Salisbury; juvenile male, 16, of Delmar, Md.; and juvenile male, 16, of Salisbury.

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