Two charged after man in unicorn costume robs convenience store
Two suspects have been charged after a man wearing a full body unicorn costume robbed a convenience store north of Baltimore.
Jacob William Rogge, 28 entered a branch of High’s dressed in the unusual outfit on Saturday morning used a crowbar to smash a cash register, according to police.
Baltimore County Police said Rogge fled the scene with the money from the register and cigarettes aided by an accomplice in a a silver Hyundai Elantra.
Officers later tracked down the vehicle but, according to a police statement, it swerved through oncoming traffic and hit a boulder before they could stop it.
Rogge and his alleged accomplice, 27-year-old Joseph Philip Svezzese, each face numerous charges including armed robbery.
Police say Rogge remains in hospital in a serious condition after the car crash.
The unicorn costume, which had been discarded prior to the crash, was later recovered by police from some roadside bushes.