Man Holds Up Doughnut Shop, Asks Employee For Pen To Write Robbery Note

DELAND, Fla. (CBS Tampa) – Last Thursday night, a man reportedly walked into a local Dunkin’ Donuts and asked to borrow a pen from an employee – which he then used to draft a note explaining his intention to rob the store.

According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, the unidentified man walked in around 8:30 p.m. and sat down at a table. He then went to the counter and asked for the pen, before returning to his table to write on a napkin.

Allegedly, the man then brought the napkin to the cashier, with his other hand in his back pants pocket to indicate that he had a weapon.

The employee reportedly gave the contents of the cash drawer to the robber, who left right after.

DeLand police Sgt. Chris Estes told the paper that the robbery is presently under investigation. No further details about the robber have been released.

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