The suspect in two Ohio restaurant robberies over the weekend is still on the loose, despite not being too discriminating on the planning end of things.
He was caught on surveillance camera Sunday night robbing a Pizza Hut in Garfield Heights — just across the street from the police station, WEWS-TV in Cleveland reported. A camera caught him doing the same thing the night before at a Mr. Hero's shop in Parma, brandishing what appears to be a pistol.
And in both instances using virtually the same disguise: grey hoodie, tattered blue jeans, white gloves, glasses, cap...and a particularly cheesy fake black beard.
During the Pizza Hut heist, the suspect — who's about 6 feet tall, police said — demanded money, and the clerk there handed over the cash, WEWS reported.
At the Mr. Hero's robbery, however, surveillance camera images show the suspect holding what was apparently a black pistol.
Parma police said the clerk ran out of the store after noticing the pistol and the suspect ran out as well, WEWS said.
No one was hurt in either instance, the station added.