BALDWIN, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are investigating an unusual robbery this weekend.

A man dressed as a unicorn and armed with a crowbar robbed a High’s store in Baldwin.

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Around 5 a.m. Saturday Baltimore County Police got a call from employees that they had been robbed.

“The details on the call noted that the suspect was dressed as a unicorn and had a crowbar as a weapon in the crime,” said Lt. Andrea Bylen.

Long Green Pike is a narrow, two-lane highway, and as the robbers were speeding away the police were heading in and they passed each other on the road.

“The suspect vehicle was fleeing the scene at a high rate of speed, so much so the officers had a difficult time catching and locating that vehicle,” said Bylen.

Police found the car crashed in the 14200 block of Manor Road with two suspects still inside.

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“They were immediately taken for treatment at the hospital,” said Bylen.

High’s is considered the neighborhood convenience store.

Eric Swanson is a customer.

“I’m right around the corner from it, so we frequent this place,” said Swanson. “It’s a safe neighborhood here, so the last place I ever thought of being robbed around here .”

Investigators are still collecting evidence.

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