Man wearing 'not a crime unless you get caught' shirt caught stealing
A man has been caught on camera stealing $600 in cash from a vending machine – while brazenly wearing a shirt that brags about theft.
Video from Twin City Coin Laundry in Crystal City, Missouri shows the words ‘It’s not a crime unless you get caught’ splashed across the back of the suspect’s T-shirt.
The security footage from the incident last Monday shows him opening a bag on a table at the laundromat.
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Camera shows the thief wore a shirt reading ‘It’s not a crime unless you get caught’. The theft took place in Missouri
The change stolen from a vending machine equated to $600, Twin City Coin Laundry owners claim
He then looks around to make sure no one is watching and heads over to the soda machine.
Despite no one around, he carries out the theft in full view of a HD security camera that managed to pick up the bold statement on his back.
It also shows him fiddle with the machine until a door is released allowing him to reach inside for the money.
The suspect crouches down to take out a number of silver boxes that contain change and continues to keep watch as he pours the contents into a black duffel.
He caused $1,300 damage at the property in Crystal City, Missouri. He is seen grabbing money boxes from the machine and emptying it into a bag
After completing the thirsty work, he then closes the bag, collects a beverage on another counter and takes off with the money.
The gray-haired male – covered in tattoos – is pictured close-up on another camera entering the building. He is seen again leaving while wearing spectacles.
As well as stealing the cash, the thief also caused $1,300 worth of damage, reported.
The owner wants to see him locked up for the crime.
On Wednesday the laundromat updated social media followers that they were getting closer to finding out who the man is and said they had ‘a lead’.
Crystal City Police Department asks anyone with information call 636-937-4601.
Crystal City Police Department asks anyone with information call 636-937-4601