A man in Rockville, Maryland, has been charged with robbery after police say he stole money from a Girl Scout troop selling cookies outside a grocery store last month.
According to the Rockville City Police Department, 24-year-old Gerrard Luke Harrison of Rockville approached the Girl Scouts, who were selling cookies in front of a Safeway on Shady Grove Road on Feb. 12, and stole their money.
On Feb. 18, police said Harrison, armed with a handgun, also robbed a food delivery driver on Fallsgrove Drive near Montgomery Avenue
Police arrested Harrison Friday. He now faces armed robbery, robbery, firearm possession, second-degree assault and numerous weapon charges.
Police haven’t said how they connected Harrison to the crimes.
However, investigators searched Harrison’s home after obtaining a warrant and found “multiple items of evidentiary value,” police said in a news release. Additional charges may be added.
Harrison is currently being held at the Montgomery County jail on bond.