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‘Bumbling Bandit’ smacks himself in the head with brick during burglary

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Detectives in Prince George's County, Maryland posted a video in search of a burglar who ended up hitting himself with a large object while trying to rob a business last month.

SUITLAND, Maryland — Maryland police are searching for a man they’ve dubbed the “Bad Luck Bandit” who was hit in the head by a brick he threw at a store window.

READ ORIGINAL STORY: https://globalnews.ca/news/4508325/man-hit-by-brick-during-burglary-bad-luck-bandit/

The Prince George’s County Police Department said Monday a man was caught on surveillance footage breaking into a restaurant last month with a brick. Police say the man shattered the store’s front window, walked in and then tried to use the same brick to break what turned out to be bulletproof glass.

Police say the man repeatedly tried to break the window protecting the front counter, and the brick bounced back on the third try.

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They say brick apparently hit the man in the head. He fell down and lay there for a few minutes before leaving the scene.

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 20 August 2019 11:00
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   Gerald J. Davis is a trial attorney and Vietnam Veteran. He received his law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1997.Mr. Davis retired as a “State Trooper” from the State of South Carolina in 1994. During his tenure with the Highway Patrol, he investigated accidents and made arrests for various criminal and traffic violations. This valuable experience makes him uniquely qualified as a trial attorney to represent his clients with knowledge and skills gained from all sides of a wide spectrum of diverse issues.

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