This robbery suspect is going to have a hard time seeing the error of his ways.
Marshall Harper, who is blind, was the wingman in a Teaneck, N.J., stickup — a sight that surprised the victims but also made him easy to identify, police said.
The hapless targets could tell he was blind by the “appearance of the actor’s eyes and the manner in which he was being led around by the second actor,” Teaneck police Chief Robert Wilson told NJ.com.
Andre Ziemoore, 21, led his blind accomplice along on a robbery in Teaneck, N.J., police say.
The two male victims were waiting to meet a woman when the two robbers surprised them. One of the men lifted his shirt to reveal a handgun, threatening the men before taking their money and cell phones, police said.
The thugs reportedly wore masks over their mouths, but the victims had a clear view of 25-year-old Harper’s cloudy peepers, police said.
Ayesha Mitchell, 22, was charged with robbery along with two of her roommates and another woman.
Detectives quickly tracked him back to a house on American Legion Drive, where he lived with Adre Ziemoore and Ayesha Mitchell, NJ.com reported
They watched as the three got into a van with Jamila Eason of Englewood and followed them to the neighborhood Stop & Shop.
Ziemoore, 21, climbed out and dug a plastic bag out of a pile of snow. Cops had seen enough and busted them in the parking lot.
Jamila Eason, 19, was the fourth suspect in the street robbery, police say.
Mitchell, 22, let them search the van, where they found the plastic bag, police said.
“The bag was found to contain the two phones stolen from the victims the night before,” Wilson told Cliff view Pilot .
When police searched the suspects’ house, they found a black handgun and clothes that matched descriptions of the robbers.
Harper, Ziemoore and Mitchell face numerous felonies related to their alleged roles in the robbery. Eason, 19, was also charged with robbery.