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Baldwin police seeking two men suspected in robbery

| Thursday, March 6, 2014, 5:09 p.m.
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Baldwin Borough police have issued an arrest warrant for Mason Haney, 22, on charges of robbery, burglary and criminal conspiracy.
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Baldwin Borough police have issued a warrant for Daniel Joe Jr., 23, on charges of robbery, burglary and criminal conspiracy.

Two men charged in connection with a Knoedler Road robbery last month have turned themselves in, while a warrant remains for a third.

Baldwin Borough police issued a warrant for Daniel “DJ” Joe Jr., 23, of Streets Run Road, Baldwin Borough, on charges of robbery, burglary and criminal conspiracy, police said last week.

Joe is described as being 5-feet-11 and having brown eyes and brown hair, police said. Police are asking anyone who sees him to call 911.

Police said Dandre Andrews, 20, of Knoedler Road, was arrested on the same charges on Feb. 28. Mason Haney, 22, of Macassar Drive, turned himself in on Monday on charges of criminal trespass, robbery, burglary and conspiracy.

Police Chief Michael Scott said Joe is wanted in connection with a Feb. 17 robbery, after Joe had made arrangements to borrow video games from a Knoedler Drive resident.

When the resident opened the door, two others pushed their way inside the residence, along with Joe, telling the woman who resided there that it was a robbery, Scott said.

The woman attempted to lock a camera case with cash inside a bedroom, then call for help, but one of the men grabbed her in the hallway and restrained her, Scott said.

The men are accused to stealing a backpack valued at $65, seven video games, one movie and a camera case that contained $500 cash.

Stephanie Hacke is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-388-5818 or shacke@tribweb.com.

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