LOUISA, Va. (WJZ) — It’s almost like a start of a joke: two men walk into a local Virginia Sheetz wearing melons as masks, but they weren’t trying to protect themselves from the coronavirus. Instead, they were allegedly trying to steal.
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The Louisa Police Department is investigating after two suspects in hollowed-out watermelon masks, who arrived in a “lifted” 2006 black Toyota Tacoma, went into a Sheetz around 9:25 p.m. on May 6 for an alleged theft.READ MORE: Attorney General's Office Investigating After Deadly Police Shooting In Glen Burnie
Police shared a photo of the suspects on Saturday to get help identifying the suspects.
The post got a bunch of laughs as people commented on their suspects’ unique disguise. Another person posted a photo where they posed with them at another store.MORE NEWS: Gov. Hogan Urges Marylanders To Get Vaccine Or Booster Shot Following Discovery Of Omicron Variant
Louisa Police later said they made an arrest. They are still looking for another suspect.