Police looking for suspected milk-loving Cinnabon burglar
SEATTLE -- The Seattle Police Department is trying to track down a man with a significant limp and a Richard Sherman jersey suspected of stealing ice-cold milk and cold-hard cash from the Northgate Mall Cinnabon last week.
According to police, the suspect was caught on surveillance cameras entering the mall through an unlocked service entrance around 6:45 a.m. March 6 and bee-lining for the still-closed Cinnabon.
The suspect -- crawling the entire time -- stole three bottles of milk and a few thousand dollars from the business before limping his way out of the mall, according to police.
The suspect was wearing a mask or bandanna over his face during the burglary but may have a club foot on his left leg as evidenced by his limp.