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Suspects drew masks with marker pen
Two burglary suspects who drew 'masks' on their faces with a permanent marker pen have been arrested in the US.
A witness told police that two men with painted disguises were trying to break into an apartment in Carroll, Iowa.
The caller added that the pair, both wearing black hooded sweatshirts, drove off in a large white car, reports Sky News.
Police soon spotted a 1994 Buick Roadmaster that matched the vehicle description and stopped it.
They found two occupants with mask-like scribbling on faces, Iowa's Daily Times Herald reported.
Originally posted by jibeho
I just had to come back to this for another laugh. I've been dying to know if these guys drew on each others face or on their own. The image of these guys drawing on each other just cracks me up.
This is what we used to do to guys who would pass out during parties in college. We called it doodling and we were a little more creative with our artwork.
EDGEWATER, Colo. — Police in the Denver suburb of Edgewater say a man stabbed himself, then said he was attacked by three men dressed in black who were either Hispanic or skinheads, in a ploy to miss work.
Twenty-nine-year-old Aaron Siebers was arrested after police say he admitted making up the assault and said he was responsible for the knife wound to his leg and other superficial cuts on his body. He faces charges of false reporting and obstructing a police officer.
Police say Siebers reported the attack Monday to the video store where he works. The reported assault drew five police agencies to the scene, along with K-9 units.
Police spokesman Steve Davis says Siebers admitted the story was a lie after repeated questioning from detectives.