A man who burglarized a grocery store in Philadelphia apparently needed to take care of a personal hygiene issue.
On August 6, about 5 a.m., the man broke into the Torres Grocery store on Cecil B. Moore Avenue in the city’s Brewerytown section.
Once inside, the man made an unsuccessful attempt to break open an ATM.
The suspect then decided to cut his losses and grab whatever he could, including something to resolve his apparent hygiene problem.
He grabbed cigarettes and deodorant worth $600 and ran out of the store.
The suspect, who is presumably fresh-smelling, is wanted by police.