Glen Burnie bowling alley manager attacked by 8 men who refused to wear masks, police say

A Glen Burnie bowling alley manager was attacked by eight men after he kicked them out for refusing to wear masks, according to police.

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Anne Arundel County police responded to Bowl America on Ritchie Highway around 7:15 p.m. Saturday evening.

Investigators say the manager asked several men to leave the bowling alley after they refused to wear masks.

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The state of Maryland has issued an order saying everyone must wear masks at an establishment – whether they’re indoors or outdoors – in an effort to slow the spread of the resurgent novel coronavirus.

The manager took the eight men outside, but when they left the building, they attacked him.

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One man reportedly punched the manager, knocking him down, while the others hit and kicked him while he was on the ground.
When a bowling alley employee came out to help the manager, he was also attacked.

The suspects ran away before police arrived.

If you have any information regarding the incident, call police at (410) 222-6135.