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Bailey, Daniels Believed Involved in Seven Armed Robberies

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QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY, Md. -  The Queen Anne's County State Attorney's Office says Lytia Bailey, Brian Daniels, and two other unknown suspects may be connected to seven armed robberies.

The State Attorney's Office says the armed robberies have happened in Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot County areas. Chestertown, Centreville, Dover, and Easton Police Departments, Maryland and Delaware State Police, and the Kent and Queen Anne's Sheriff's Offices have come together in a large scale joint investigation into these robberies.

The robberies started back on Oct. 26.

The State Attorney's Office says over the course of the investigation, different stores were robbed by individuals wearing disguises. One of the female suspects has been identified as Bailey, of Chestertown, and one of the male suspects as Daniels, also of Chestertown.

Bailey was allegedly used as a look out and a getaway driver, according to the State Attorney's Office. There was also another female involved in at least one of the robberies.

The investigation alleges that Bailey would go into or call a store to ask about its closing time or to find out how many employees were working. A short time later a disguised male would go into the store, show a handgun and demand money. The State Attorney's Office says the male then left the store and Bailey would drive them from the scene. Bailey and her vehicle were identified through numerous surveillance videos from the stores robbed.

There is at least one other unknown male involved in the robberies.

Bailey has been arrested, and is awaiting charges in Maryland. Daniels currently has a warrant out for his arrest.

Investigators are continuing to investigate the identity of other suspects who are involved with these robberies.

Anyone with information related to the armed robberies is asked to call the "Tips Line" 410-758-0838

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