Drug dealer in disguise: Fugitive is caught wearing Mission Impossible-style face mask that makes him look like an elderly man.

  • Police looking for 31-year-old fugitive Shaun Miller found an old man on Thursday

  • At least that's what they thought when Miller came out of a Cape Code home wearing a disguise

  • Once officers realized it was Miller they pulled of the 'realistic disguise' and took him into custody

  • He had been a fugitive since April when he and several others were indicted on heroin distribution charges


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Fugitive Shaun Miller, 31, (left) was found at a Massachusetts home wearing a disguise as an elderly man (right), police said

Fugitive Shaun Miller, 31, (left) was found at a Massachusetts home wearing a disguise as an elderly man (right), police said

But once officers realized the man was Miller, they pulled off his 'realistic disguise' and placed him under arrest, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. Nearly $30,000 in cash and two loaded guns hidden in a laundry basket were found inside the home. Miller, who is from Hyannis and is also known as Shizz Miller, is being held pending a detention hearing on August 31 in federal court. 

The mask worn by 31-year-old fugitive Shaun Miller who was disguised to look like an elderly man    

The mask worn by 31-year-old fugitive Shaun Miller who was disguised to look like an elderly man

 

Indicted on firearms and drug trafficking charges The Yarmouth Police Department said Miller is one of 12 who have been indicted on firearms and drug trafficking charges.

He is indicted on a charge of possession of heroin with the intent to distribute as part of a larger criminal complaint into the Nauti street gang, according to police.  His attorney said his client denies involvement and will plead not guilty, according to CNN.