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Bakery burglars boldly brandish buns

Suspect #1 (Source: Flowers Baking Co.) Suspect #1 (Source: Flowers Baking Co.)
Suspect #2 (Source: Flowers Baking Co.) Suspect #2 (Source: Flowers Baking Co.)
A front-side view of both suspects. (Source: Flowers Baking Co.) A front-side view of both suspects. (Source: Flowers Baking Co.)
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

It's a burglary, no if's and's or butts about it. And fittingly, since this burglary involves a bakery, it also involves some buns.

"Revealing" surveillance shows a pair of burglars as they went looking for some "dough." 

She tries several times to break the glass door at the Flowers Baking Company on Highway 53 in Madison County July 13. Eventually, she succeeds. You can see the glass shattering and she scurries inside. 

She has a shirt covering her face, but forgets about the opposite end of her body. Low-down pants for a low-down dastardly deed. 

We've blurred some of the non-essential imagery for your sake. You're welcome. 

She starts rummaging around inside. Then, her male partner enters the store. And guess what? He's also pulling up some low-riding pants as they pull off this low crime. He's also hiding his face with his shirt. He checks the cash register and doesn't appear to find anything. So they proceeded to ransack the place, taking anything they could find. But they didn't stuff anything down their pants. There doesn't appear to be any room there.

Butt (get it?), they do leave a couple of good shots of the upright end of their bodies. Especially the female crook right here. Do you recognize the faces? If so, there is plenty of dough waiting for you. And that's the ugly end of that video.

Make the anonymous call to 256-53-Crime. Or text or e-mail your anonymous tips. Go to waff.com, click Crime Stoppers, then the Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers link to see how. There's a reward of up to $1,000 waiting for you.

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