Police: Teens placed fake delivery orders, robbed drivers

LAUREL Md. (WUSA9) -- Laurel Police say two teenagers robbed five restaurant delivery people at gun point in separate incidents in the area of North Arbory Way and Alan Drive.

From June 15 to June 25, police say John Sterling, 16, and Markell Bowyer ambushed each driver after placing a fake delivery order.

In each robbery, a fake delivery order was made to a local restaurant and sent to the address of a vacant house. When each driver arrived, police say they were robbed of cash and food.

A black BB replica handgun has linked the suspects to the crimes, according to police.

Both teenagers have been charged as adults for armed robbery, assault and theft. Sterling's bond was set to 50,000 dollars and Bowyer's bond was set to 75,000 dollars, according to police.


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