HARTFORD, Wis., July 10 (UPI) -- Police in Hartford, Wis., said they have arrested a man who allegedly ditched his clothes after a robbery to make a getaway wearing only his underwear.
Police said the 37-year-old man, whose name was not released, allegedly robbed a convenience store with a fake handgun after purchasing a pack of cigarettes, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Thursday.
The robber wore a pair of blue coveralls, but police said they discovered the man riding a bicycle wearing only his underwear, with the unopened pack of cigarettes and $412 -- the exact amount taken from the store -- stuffed inside.
In between the bike path where the man was found by police and the convenience store officers discovered a pair of blue coveralls and a fake handgun. Police said the suspect told them he was robbed by a man who only wanted his clothing and let him keep the money.
Prosecutors said the suspect, who was being held in Washington County Jail, is expected to be charged with armed robbery.