The armed, disguised man appeared to have every thing he wanted to drag off a theft at an Aurora e-cigarette retailer on Sunday — besides competence and nerve.
When the robber entered the shop at 5:30 p.m. and pulled out what gave the impression to be a long-barreled hand gun, he instantly fumbled it throughout the counter. The gun fell to the ft of the shop clerk, who picked it up. Because the suspect ran away, his pants fell to his knees.
“I don’t wish to downplay the seriousness of an armed theft, however the man actually does belong within the ‘world’s dumbest criminals,’” stated Chris Burgess, proprietor of an E-Cig of Denver retailer situated in Aurora. “He must discover a new profession.”
Aurora police are actually making an attempt to establish the jittery robber and arrest him, stated Officer Kenneth Forrest, spokesman for the Aurora Police Division.
Burgess stated he simply opened the Aurora retailer at 2222 S. Havana St., his third e-cigarette retailer.
“It most likely had solely about $100 within the money register,” he stated.
On Sunday, a person carrying a pink ball cap, sun shades and a Denver Broncos sweat shirt repeatedly walked forwards and backwards in entrance of the shop. Apparently it took a number of passes to substantiate the feminine retailer clerk was alone.
Surveillance cameras captured the bumbling robber’s entrance. The person walked on to the clerk’s counter, reached underneath his sweatshirt and pulled out a gun, holding it the other way up and gripping it along with his fingertips. The gun flew out of his fingers and onto the ground.
Because the would-be robber climbed up onto the counter, the clerk picked up the gun and held it like a membership, Burgess stated. The suspect instantly turned and ran in direction of the door, his pants slipping from his waist. When he kicked open the door, his pants dropped decrease right down to his knees as he reached down to choose them up.
“Our coverage is give them no matter they need,” stated Burgess, referring to armed robbers. However on this case, the clerk reacted appropriately.
The gun was truly an air or BB-gun, Burgess stated.