Suspect Wearing Clown Mask And Armed With Samurai Sword Reportedly Robs Pennsylvania Store

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A suspect allegedly robbed a store while wearing a clown mask and wielding a Samurai sword Thursday in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.

The suspect entered the back of a Uni-Mart, where he ordered the cashier to open the cash register, Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers reported. He then allegedly fled to a wooded location after taking the cash. (RELATED: Armed Robbers Try To Invade Home Dressed As Trick-Or-Treaters, Police Say) 

The suspect was described as a white man dressed in a white t-shirt, grey sweatpants and black socks, in addition to wearing the clown mask over his face, according to Fox 43.

Two masked robbery incidents occurred in Pennsylvania on Monday and Wednesday, respectively, when a suspect wearing a skull mask and armed with a chrome revolver robbed two different Wawa locations in Bucks County, according to Fox29 Philadelphia. The suspect stole $175 during the second robbery, the outlet reported.