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April 30, 2015

CRIMINAL MASTERMIND OF THE WEEK SO FAR

A 23-year-old Montana man wanted for theft and forgery has been arrested in Cascade County after posting a Facebook "like" to his own online wanted poster.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

UPDATE: We have a new leader:

Of 80 frozen pizzas stolen Sunday in the village of Gambell, 75 have been recovered, according to Alaska State Troopers. Village police officers received their "strongest investigative lead" in the case when John Koozaata, 29, and Lewis Oozeva, 21, called the Gambell Police Department and tried to sell the pizzas to on-duty officers

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)

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Are we sure he isn't Florida Man on vacation?

Check his driver's license.

Dough!

Entrepreneurs! What's wrong with that? Of course, they should probably have thrown in a dozen donuts with every pie.

'The cases (80 pizzas in total) were valued at more than $1,100, or about $13.75 per pizza - '

*sigh*
math pi is hard

MENSA is now taking applications!

When you plan a pizza heist, you must also plan for the fencing of said pizza. What are we teaching our children?

Both these guys are CIA material!

Gambell has a population of under 700 in slightly over 100 houses, and no roads out of town. There's no way something like this stays quiet, so you might as well invite the cops to share. I suspect alcohol was involved.

Besides, pizza is a nice change from putrefied seal flippers.

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