A Baltimore man is locked up for allegedly committing two gunpoint robberies about seven hours apart in York City.
Montrice M. Gibson, 19, was captured over the weekend in Baltimore and is awaiting extradition, according to Lt. Tim Utley, who supervises the city detective bureau.
He's accused of robbing two pizza delivery people at gunpoint, then firing bullets at the car the victims were in.
Police said about 11:50 p.m. Nov. 25 Gibson robbed Eduardo Llamos, 19, and William Santiago, 16, in the 300 block of Brooklyn Avenue.
The victims were delivering a food order for Frank's Trattoria Pizzeria at 1001 W. Princess St., police said.
During the stickup, Gibson pointed a handgun at Llamos and stole cash from both victims, police said.
Fired at victims: As he ran away, he fired at their vehicle, Utley said; the victims weren't hurt.
Earlier that day, about 4:35 p.m., Gibson and two other males robbed a man at the Sovereign Bank ATM behind York City Hall at 101 S. George St., police allege.
Brian Pendergast, 56, of York City, and Kathryn Pendergast, 57, of Manchester Township, told officers they drove up to the ATM and noticed the trio, but didn't worry about them because it was still daylight hours, police said.
The trio hid behind the ATM's vault, then approached Brian Pendergast as he was walking back to his car.
One of the robbers pointed a handgun at him and stole his cash, police said. Kathryn Pendergast also was robbed of her phone, according to police.
Local ties: Gibson has ties to York City, according to Utley, and for a time lived in the 200 block of South Penn Street.
He fled to Baltimore as York City detectives closed in on him, but police there were notified and arrested him over the weekend, Utley said.
So far, no other arrests have been made in the ATM stickup.
Utley said the investigation into the robbery continues.
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