With faces caked in white makeup, a man and a woman robbed a sandwich shop of about $300 late Sunday night in northeast Fort Worth, police said.
The robbery was reported at 9:10 p.m. at the Subway shop, 1100 Bridgewood Drive, said Lt. Paul Henderson, police spokesman.
It began as a woman "wearing an extreme amount of white make-up" entered the business. Witnesses also told police that she "looked very pale, like death."
The woman pulled out a pistol and ordered workers to open the cash register and unlock the back door "where a man wearing white make-up was waiting," Henderson said.
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"Once inside the store the man rummaged through the register scooping up all the cash he could get his hands on," Henderson said.
The couple fled with about $300 in a white four-door "luxury type vehicle," Henderson said.
Detectives were checking to see if there was video surveillance images from the heist.
"The two are described as a white female and a black male, both wearing white cake make-up or face paint," Henderson said. "No one was injured during this incident."