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The Thong Bandits

Police in the small Colorado town of Arvada are searching for two robbers who took their disguise to a whole new fashion level.

The pair held up a convenience store while wearing thong panties as masks.

Police say one of the men wore a green thong; the other wore a blue one.

The thongs barely covered the men's nose, mouth and chin and left the rest of their faces exposed.

One of the men even carried a pink backpack that he stuffed the stolen goods into.

Police say the men stole an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes during the robbery.

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