BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD — A robbery suspect who is wanted in two states remains at large, and Baltimore County police have asked for assistance in locating him. Authorities say he is “easily recognizable,” since he has distinctive tattoos. Among them are a swirl between his eyebrows and “Danielle” in cursive on his neck.
Brandon Floyd, 30, of the 9100 block of Thistledown Road in Owings Mills, is wanted in both Maryland and Pennsylvania, police said. He has been identified in at least 10 cases of robbery, assault and theft from Towson to Halethorpe since mid May, police said.
He typically hits convenience stores like Royal Farms and 7-Eleven overnight, police said, and he last struck in Baltimore County a week ago, on Tuesday, June 26. Usually he loiters around, then walks up to the counter and demands cigarettes or walks behind it and helps himself, according to officials.
He has the following tattoos, according to police:
- Swirl between his eyebrows
- Two teardrops under his right eye
- Two vertical parallel lines above and below his right eye
- The name “Danielle” written in cursive on the right side of his neck
Anyone with information about where Brandon Floyd may be is asked to contact police at 410-307-2020.
People may also send tips to Metro Crime Stoppers, which is a non-government organization. Tips sent to Metro Crime Stoppers leading to an arrest and/or indictment of a suspect may qualify for a reward. To get in touch with Metro Crime Stoppers, send a text to “CRIMES” (274637) with “MCS” plus the tip; call 1-866-7LOCKUP; or submit a tip online. Tipsters may remain anonymous.
Photo of Brandon Floyd courtesy of the Baltimore County Police Department.