Elvis Pez Head Has Left The Building

We don't know if this is the specific Elvis Pez Dispenser that was stolen, but this is what one model of an Elvis Pez dispenser looks like.

We don’t know if this is the specific Elvis Pez Dispenser that was stolen, but this is what one model of an Elvis Pez dispenser looks like.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — An Elvis Pez Dispenser — we’re not kidding — valued at $35 was snatched from a store at Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall and is the subject of a police report.

According to the report, a white male wearing a green shirt took “Pez Head Elvis” and fled the mall before security could stop him. The Pez Pilferer, however, was caught on video tape and is now the subject of a search. (We suspect not a huge search, considering Elvis Pez Head was retailing for $34.99, but a theft is a theft).

The guy got away in a car — but security at the mall was apparently unable to determine the color, make, model or license plate of the vehicle. If anyone you know is suddenly showing off an Elvis Pez dispenser that they didn’t have a few days ago, you may consider calling Boca Raton Police.

Wait for it… wait for it…

Before you know it, the criminal behind this candy caper could be singing the Palm Beach County Jail House Rock.

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