TOWSON, Md. (WBFF) -- A burglary suspect who broke into a pizza restaurant in Towson, Maryland, took his clothes off before damaging property and looting the cash registers, according to investigators.
It's unclear why the man disrobed. It's possible the man removed his pants to cover his face from the security cameras.
The robbery was reported on Nov. 10. Police say it took place at the Slice Pizza restaurant on West Pennsylvania Avenue around 6 a.m. According to police, the suspect broke in through a roof vent, damaged a vent hood and several registers and took cash from the registers before fleeing on foot.
Surveillance images of the suspect were released by police on Tuesday.
Detectives say the suspect did not put his pants back on before leaving and did not eat any pizza while inside the business.
UPDATE: The shop's owner Tuesday said he would offer "free pizza for life" for the person who identified the naked burglar.