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3/26/2013

Images of Bigfoot robbing a convenience store in Shizuoka Japan!

Shizuoka police have released this security camera image to the public asking for their help in identifying the robber.
Obviously, it’s Hibagon*, Japan’s Bigfoot.

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Image released of the robbing of a convenience store in Shizuoka
Shizuoka Shimbun 2013/3/14
(giga-goofy Google Translate)

In the early morning hours of March 13th, the Family Mart convenience store in Miho Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka was robbed. The robber took 103,000 yen ($1,092 USD) in cash. Now, the Shimizu police have released to the public an image from the store’s security cameras of the robber.
According to the police, the robber was 175 cm (5′10″) tall and hiding his appearance with a facial covering. He was wearing and black jacket and trousers, gloves, and had a small knife, such as a fruit knife.
Police have interviewed the clerk of the convenience store and nearby residents, and they are now investigating how the robbery was performed and the robber’s escape route.
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Hibagon
*Learn more about Japan’s Bigfoot/Yeti/Sasquatch, the Hibagon, at cryptomundo.com and Wikipedia.
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4 Responses to “Images of Bigfoot robbing a convenience store in Shizuoka Japan!”

  1. chokonen888 Says:

    I’m surprised this type of stuff doesn’t happen more often with Japan being so cash based.

  2. Tristram Shandy Says:

    By Saint Boogar and all the Saints at the backside door of Purgatory!

  3. someothergaijin Says:

    Clerk’s testimony: “It looked very much like a strange foreigner who I am sure that I have seen in Roppongi.”

  4. I-p-U Says:

    Why are stores getting robbed by people with fruit knifes? There is so much shit behind the counter they could hit them with… pussies.

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