A Florida couple is behind bars after police mentioned they tried an armed theft at a Cape Coral Lowe’s ironmongery store on Sunday, whereas sporting matching Cookie Monster pajamas.
According to the Cape Coral Police Department, Charlie Perez, 22, and Jalina Sepulveda, 19, went right into a Lowe’s ironmongery store on Sunday sporting matching Cookie Monster pajamas bottoms and tried to go away the shop with out paying for a number of gadgets.
When the pair had been approached by the shop’s loss prevention workforce, police mentioned the person revealed a gun in his waistband, made threats and left the shop.
Police canvassed the realm, however weren’t in a position to catch the couple.
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On Monday, police had been in a position to find the couple and arrest them.
Perez and Sepulveda each stay within the Lee County Jail and bonds haven’t been set.
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Perez is dealing with a theft with a weapon cost and Sepulveda is dealing with theft with a weapon and battery expenses.
Sepulveda was additionally arrested on October 2023 on a battery cost, based on Lee County Jail information.