Virginia liquor store thieves wore watermelons on their heads as disguise

Virginia liquor store thieves wore watermelons on their heads as disguise
Image: Surveillance photo via The Smoking Gun

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Two young men wearing hollowed-out watermelon rinds on their heads stole alcohol from a Virginia convenience store, according to police who this weekend apprehended one of the masked bandits.

The duo, cops say, earlier this month swiped booze from a Sheetz convenience store in Louisa, a town 30 miles east of Charlottesville. As recorded in surveillance footage, the melon-headed perps had cut eye holes in the watermelon rinds.

As seen above, the pair had even posed for a photograph at a Food Lion store in Louisa prior to their alleged alcohol heist.

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Police have charged Justin Rogers, 20, with larceny, underage possession of alcohol, and wearing a mask while committing larceny.

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