Fairy tales and horror movies might have created some of the most memorable characters, but it’s one thing to watch a movie about a monster or see a clown performing at the circus, and it’s an entirely different thing when a werewolf and clown packing an 8-mm gun come to rob a store. As unlikely as this scenario might sound, it occurred, not long ago, in Florida.
Clowns and Werewolves are on The Loose
Picture the following scenario. You’re a clerk at a 7 to 11 convenience store. One day, you’re doing stuff around the store and, out of the blue, two masked individuals enter your store and threaten to take your life if you don’t empty the cash register.
Now, as horrific this perspective might sound, let’s add a few more details, such as the robbers not wearing regular black ski masks, but something more on the line of I.T meets An America Werewolf in Paris.
According to the Pasco Police Department, on Thursday morning, at approximately 1:20 am, two armed individuals entered the 7-Eleven convenience store located at 27219 Wesley Chapel Boulevard and ordered the clerk to empty the contents of the cash register.
The case’s oddest part as that one of the aggressors wore what seemed to be a werewolf mask, while the other one, the individual who threatened the clerk with an 8-mm pistol, had a clown mask. According to the Pasco PD, the investigation revealed that the individuals managed to remove several hundred dollars from the cash register before fleeing the convenience store.
Pasco County PD Posts APB for Clown and Werewolf Suspects
A security camera mounted outside the store revealed that the two masked individuals used a white pickup truck in order to stage their getaway.
In order to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice, the Pasco Police Department released the convenience store’s surveillance footage.
The 52-second-long clips show how the suspect wearing the clown mask entered the store with his gun drawn, followed by his partner wearing the werewolf mask. The man can be seen going off the camera for a second or so in order to fetch the clerk, while his partners remain by the cash register.
As soon as the clerk begins taking the money out of the cash register and putting them on the counter, the individual wearing the werewolf mask takes off the backpack he was carrying and starts putting in the money.
The Pasco Police Department asks anyone with information about the identity of the perpetrators should immediately dial 911. At the moment of the robbery, the individual wearing the clown mask was dressed in a red parka and light grey pants. The individual with the werewolf mask wore a short, blue jacket with ‘Denim Goods’ written on the back, black trousers, and white sneakers.
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