Thursday, November 30, 2023

Really Needed A Slice: Naked On Camera Breaking Into Pizza Parlor

Police in Towson, Maryland are desperately trying to catch a man who last week broke into a pizza parlor, stripped off his clothes, and then took money from the restaurant’s cash registers.

Fox 5 DC reports the nude pizza crime took place just before dawn on November 10, when a still unidentified man broke into Towson’s Slice Pizza through a roof vent and—for reasons that remain unknown (maybe he wanted to avoid getting pizza sauce on himself?)—took off his clothes. From the Baltimore County Police & Fire Facebook page:

The investigation has indicated that around 6 a.m. on November 10, the suspect entered the Slice Pizza restaurant in the Unit block of West Pennsylvania Avenue through a roof vent. After entering the store, the suspect took his clothes off then damaged a vent hood and several registers. He took cash from the registers before running form the store.

Images of the suspect were captured on the store’s video surveillance system.

So if you live in Towson and see a naked man with a bunch of cash that looks like it came from a pizza parlor, call the police and, uh, then maybe hide somewhere.

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