Unicorn-costumed robbery suspect unmasked, Maryland police say
KTLA / Baltimore County
These undated photos provided by the Baltimore County Police Department shows surveillance video of an armed robbery with a suspect dressed in the unicorn costume (left) and the costume dumped in bushes (right.)

via KTLA:

BALTIMORE, Md. (KTLA/AP) -- The robbery suspect wore a unicorn costume, and police in Maryland say he has been unmasked.

News outlets report that Baltimore County police say 28-year-old Jacob William Rogge donned a pink-and-white unicorn costume and smashed a convenience store register with a crowbar Saturday. Police say 27-year-old Joseph Philip Svezzese drove Rogge, who fled with cash and cigarettes from High’s Dairy Store.

The pair’s car crossed into oncoming traffic and crashed into mailboxes, a utility pole, shrubbery and a boulder, which sent the car back across the road until it hit a tree. Both men were hospitalized with serious injuries.

Police say a discarded unicorn costume was later found in bushes.

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