A man was stabbed when he tried to get away from a robber in Charles Village—though he didn't initially notice it.
According to Baltimore police, at 8 p.m., Feb. 11, a man was walking in the 2500 block of Guilford Avenue when a robber grabbed him.
The robber then told the man: "Where’s it at? Give it up."
The robber then searched the man and took his cellphone and ID.
At that point, the man tried to pull away from the robber. When that happened the man was struck on his shoulder.
But the man continued to run from the scene and boarded a bus. Once he was on the bus, the man realized that he was stabbed when the robber struck him on the shoulder.