Not dressed for the occasion, a local thief had his own method while executing a robbery Wednesday morning.
It happened at the Wawa in Wayne, Pa. around 3:56 a.m.
Witnesses say a white male carrying a sharp object asked the female cashier for all the cash in the register.
The thief had on a white hooded sweatshirt, black pants and white shoes with a torn T-shirt covering his face, according to police.
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"If you see an individual dressed like this in the summer... it may be a clue or a flag to call the police," said Radnor Police Sergeant Andy Block.
Police say the thief is around 6-feet tall weighing between 180 to 190 pounds. He also asked for the money in a calm voice. The amount of money taken is still undisclosed and no one was injured.
He got away in a silver SUV last seen going eastbound on West Avenue, cops said.
Luckily no one was injured.
Anyone with information can contact the Radnor Police Department at (610)-688-0503.