ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Sheriff's deputies tracked down a suspect in an armed robbery with a receipt he left at the scene of the crime, authorities said.
A man wearing a mask robbed an Orlando Hess station Monday, stealing $75 and two cartons of cigarettes, the sheriff's office reported.
When deputies arrived at the gas station, someone noticed that the robber had left a gun case against a display rack. Inside the case, deputies found a receipt for a new AK-47 assault rifle.
"Obviously, he wasn't a member of the MENSA society," sheriff's spokeswoman Susan Soto told the Orlando Sentinel.
The receipt was made out to Eric Cunningham, who lived only a few miles from the gas station, according to an arrest report.
Deputies found Cunningham, 18, at his apartment with a loaded assault rifle and a shotgun, the report said.
Cunningham was arrested and charged with armed robbery with a firearm while wearing a mask. He remained in jail with no bond.