Knife-wielding man who robbed Texas Walgreens is identified by distinct face tattoo

A man who allegedly robbed a Texas Walgreens was arrested Wednesday night after he was identified due to his unique face tattoo.

Christopher Breaker 25, was arrested for using a knife to rob a Walgreens in Harris County on Aug. 4, according to ABC 13. Witnesses reported the tattooed man “acting differently” as he paced around the business.

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An employee said Breaker took food off the shelves and ate it before he leapt over the pharmacy’s counter and pulled a knife out of his pocket.

The man then tried to break open a door with a fire extinguisher but gave up and exited through the front entrance.   

Witnesses were able to describe the man due to his noticeable face tattoo that resembles a clown. 

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Breaker was also wanted in California for auto theft. The day after the robbery, he was reported missing, authorities said.

The suspect has been held without bond on a “second-degree felony count of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon,” according to ABC13.