Crime, Emergency Response

Unicorn bandit photo released by police [PHOTO]

Unicorn Bandit PhotoPolice in Baltimore County have released an image of the so-called “unicorn bandit.”

Jacob William Rogge, 28, of the 7900-block of Bradshaw Road (21156), has been charged with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, theft, and destruction of property after robbing a High’s store located on Long Green Pike at around 5 a.m. on Saturday morning. Rogge was dressed in a full-body, white and pink unicorn costume and wielding a crow bar, which he used to smash one of the registers when he demanded money from the employee.

Rogge fled with cash and cigarettes in a silver Hyundai Elantra driven by his accomplice, Joseph Philip Svezzese, 27, of the 600-block of Thames Way (21014). Svezzese has been charged with armed robbery, robbery, and theft.

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The photo released by police shows Rogge in the unicorn costume as well as the discarded costume found by the side of the road after their vehicle crashed.

 

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