Ore. police arrest two robbers who used underwear as disguises

The robbers' "hoods" were actually boxer brief-style underwear in a camouflage pattern


Associated Press

MEDFORD, Ore. — Oregon State Police say two men have been arrested in a southern Oregon convenience store robbery in which the robbers' "hoods" were actually boxer brief-style underwear in a camouflage pattern.

Lt. Josh Brooks said Friday that a trooper acting on a tip determined that one suspect in the Sept. 19, 2014, robbery of an AM/PM store in Eagle Point was in custody in Florence, Oregon, on unrelated matters. Brooks says that while interviewing that man, the trooper developed information that led to the second suspect.

The spokesman says both 21-year-old Gage Miller and 22-year-old Timothy Raybould have been arrested and taken to the Jackson County Jail in Medford for investigation of robbery. Both are from Florence, on the Oregon coast.

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