CRIME

Armed robbery suspect forgets to put on his mask

Armed robbery suspect forgot to put face mask on until he was already in the store.

Armed robbery suspect forgot to put face mask on until he was already in the store.  (D.C. Police)

D.C. police are searching for an armed robbery suspect who bolted from a convenience store with cash but forgot one thing: to pull his mask down before his face was caught on camera.

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The suspect entered the 7-Eleven store in Northeast D.C. just before 8 p.m. on March 21 with a gun and ordered the cashier to open the cash register, Fox 5 reported.

In the surveillance video from outside the store, the suspect could be seen approaching the entrance with purpose and pulling his gun out as he walked through the doors.

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Once the suspect was in the store, he finally seemed to realize his mask was on the top of his head and quickly pulled it down to cover his face.

After the cashier opened the register, the suspect could be seen stealing the money and running out, keeping his mask on.

Cops asked anyone who might have information to contact them.