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Police Searching For Man Who Allegedly Stole Beer Wearing A Batman Suit

Police Searching For Man Who Allegedly Stole Beer Wearing A Batman Suit


Police in Salamanca, N.Y. are searching for a man they say dressed up as a super hero-- but acted like a real villain.

On Tuesday, video surveillance from a store on Center St. shows a man dressed in a grey Batman costume with a Captain America mask pick up two 18-packs of Budweiser beer from a cooler and leave the store without paying for the drinks,reports WIVB.


AP

Authorities are describing the suspect as having a slim build, is likely in his twenties and “stands between 5-foot-9 and 6-feet-tall.”

Police are asking anyone with information on the man’s identity or insight into the alleged stuff to call in anonymously.

Is dressing up to steal beer a new trend?

Earlier this month, multiple Alabama grocery stores reported that a man wearing a delivery truck uniform stole several pallets of beer and soft drinks and carted them out in broad daylight. Police are still looking for the suspect.

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Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.


Suspect in theft of Maki the lemur ordered released, told to stay away from San Francisco Zoo

21-year-old male ring-tailed lemur, Maki, was discovered missing from the San Francisco Zoo's Lipman Family Lemur Forest, on Oct. 14, 2020. The lemur has since been found and returned. (San Francisco Zoo)

The man prosecutors say stole Maki the lemur from the San Francisco Zoo last year was ordered released from custody Tuesday but told to stay away from the zoo.

Wearing an orange sweat suit, a blue mask strapped to his buzzed blond hair and standing straight with his hands folded behind his back, Cory McGilloway, 31, made his first court appearance in San Francisco after he was arrested in October in Marin County.

Judge Michael McNaughton ordered McGilloway to stay away from the zoo and to follow the probation terms he received late last year in Marin County as he awaits trial on second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism charges in San Francisco.

&ldquoYou must stay away from the San Francisco Zoo,&rdquo McNaughton told McGilloway.

McGilloway had been in Marin County custody the last three months since his Oct. 15 arrest on suspicion of stealing a Marin Sanitary Service truck. He received probation on that case and was ordered to attend weekly mental health classes and take his prescribed medication, his defense attorney said.

Maki, the missing lemur, was found in Daly City and returned to the San Francisco Zoo on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

McGilloway made international headlines after allegedly stealing the endangered ring-tailed lemur on Oct. 13 from the zoo&rsquos Lipman Family Lemur Forest habitat. Two days later, the 21-year-old primate was found wandering in a Daly City preschool, just hours before McGilloway was taken into custody.

San Rafael police said after arresting McGilloway for the truck theft, they found photos of the lemur on his cell phone. Maki was returned unharmed to the zoo.

At Tuesday&rsquos hearing, the judge brought up a Los Angeles County case that had not been previously publicized about McGilloway.

In 2018, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to assault and had two counts of attempted murder dropped, according to court records. A media report on that case indicated McGilloway and his mother were arrested Nov. 2, 2017 after a bloody knife fight in Landers, north of Palm Springs. McGilloway had a fight between himself and two other men. All three suffered multiple stab wounds and were hospitalized, according to the Z107.7 news report.