Police in Australia are looking for a man, who was caught on camera breaking open and entering a shopping centre, wearing US President Donald Trump’s face mask.
A video has been doing the rounds on the internet, where a man was seen wearing a Trump mask; trying to use a small metal hammer to smash the glass display of the Angus & Coote jewellery store.
The incident took place at the Strathpine shopping centre north of Brisbane on Sunday.
“Once inside, the man smashed the glass display window of the shop and stole a number of watches. The man also smashed the glass of an electronic store and stole some property before leaving the centre on foot,” the statement said.
Along with the mask, the thief was seen wearing a black Nike hooded jumper, black track pants, white Nike shoes and was carrying a number of Uber Eats bags, Queensland Police said in a statement.
However, when he tried to flee from the spot, his mask fell off, revealing his face. Police have shared the CCTV footage on all social media platforms. They hope someone can help them identify the culprit.
The man has been described as a Pacific Islander in appearance, in his 20s with black hair and a proportionate build.
Meanwhile, the burglary led to social media users taking potshots at the US President.
"Is this 'fake news?'" one Facebook user wrote. "Are you certain it was a mask..." another laughed.
"Build a wall around the centre, that will stuff him," a third suggested.