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7/28/2014

 

A Fort Walton Beach is hoping not to get a raw deal when he goes on trial for shoplifting – after getting busted stuffing a tray of supermarket sushi down his pants. Anthony Arnold Poucher walked into a Publix market and picked up a sampler of raw fish and sushi rolls, then tried to hide it down the front of his jeans. But a security guard noticed something was fishy and stopped him before he could leave the store. Poucher told officers that he had no cash for food, and he swiped the $12 worth of sushi because that's how he rolls.

Police in Illinois are looking for a robbery suspect, but the culprit's poor disguise should make the hunt a bit easier.  The man walked into a Circle K in Belleville hiding behind a clear plastic bag.  In addition to the translucent mask, the suspect also had a plastic bag on his right hand.  It's not clear whether he had a weapon underneath the bag, but he pointed it at the store's clerk anyway and demanded money.  He got an undetermined amount of cash, and ran out of the store.


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