ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) — Police in central Pennsylvania are hoping to find the person who fits a pair of pink shoes he left behind after police say he accosted a woman, took $200 from her, then fled on a neon green bike.
Altoona police Lt. Jeffrey Pratt tells the Altoona Mirror (http://bit.ly/19BKxNi ), "We have his shoes" — a pair of pink Adidas. Police say the robber swiped a bank envelope containing the cash out of the woman's hands after she left the Investment Savings Bank about noon Thursday.
They say the suspect ran out of his shoes before hopping on a black-and-neon-green-colored BMX-style bike and peddling away.
Information from: Altoona Mirror, http://www.altoonamirror.com
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