A 25-year-old man accused of holding up a Clay County gas station earlier this week was fairly easy to identify.
When Jeremy McNack of Kansas City showed up at the World Liquors Shell gas station on Northwest 68th Street on Tuesday, he brought a handgun but forgot his pants, police say.
According to prosecutors:
McNack walked into the gas station armed with a handgun and wearing a pink shirt and flip-flops but no pants or underwear.
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He yelled at the clerk, reportedly demanding cash. McNack allegedly walked behind the cash register, grabbed the money drawer and walked out when the clerk did not respond.
McNack then drove off in a 2014 Hyundai Veloster.
The robbery was captured on surveillance video, according to court records.
Investigators learned through a computer check that McNack was arrested around 3 a.m. Wednesday on suspicion of damaging several classic cars and a security vehicle inside the Crown Center parking garage.
McNack reportedly was naked with feces on his hands and appeared to be high on drugs. He was taken to Truman Behavioral Health for a mental evaluation.
Video surveillance from Crown Center showed the car that dropped off McNack matched the description of the car that was used during the gas station robbery.
McNack is being held on $100,000 bond. No court appearance has been scheduled.