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Police Nab Robber Who Drew On Beard And Moustache

A 33-year-old robber in the Croatian capital Zagreb will definitely not be winning “disguise of the year” after police apprehended him shortly after he held up a pawn shop with a beard and moustache that had just been drawn on his face.

The amateur robber, who also was responsible for two previous robberies of gold and silver pawn shops in the capital, used women’s make-up to draw himself a beard and a moustache to try and fool police.

The man, who stole a total of just over 1,500 euros, is now in police custody.

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