Werewolf-masked gunman robs Forever 21 store in Orlando

No one injured in armed robbery


ORLANDO, Fla. – A gunman wearing a werewolf mask robbed a store in the tourist district of Orlando.

The robbery occurred late Saturday at Forever 21 at 4967 International Drive.

According to an Orlando police field report, the store manager was on a ladder when a man wearing a werewolf mask, gray hooded sweatshirt with black sleeves, black hood over the mask and black and white shoes entered the store.

The manager told police that he asked the man to leave because he was wearing a mask, but the man pushed him and told him to get the money out of the cash register.

Orlando police said the manager initially refused because he didn't think the robbery was real, but the culprit pointed a black gun at him.  The manager then escorted the masked gunman to the cash register and asked if he could clear the store, but the culprit said, "big bills only," according to police.

The manager gave the assailant money from the cash register and a drawer in which they keep the "cash outs" throughout the day, police said.

The bag the gunman carried the money in was found outside the store.

The armed robbery was captured on video, but it has not yet been released by police.

It's not known how many customers were inside the store at the time of the robbery, but no one was injured.