A man was caught on camera robbing a Pizza Hut in the Glenwood section of Philadelphia at gunpoint and police are trying to identify and find the him.
In surveillance footage provided by Philadelphia Police, you can see the suspect immediately pull a gun from his waist and approach the register. The man demanded money and the employee complied. Police didn't say how much money the gunman got away with.
The gunman entered the store at 2916 North Broad Street on August 20 at 10:26 p.m. and fled in an unknown direction about 45 seconds later with the cash.
The employee who gave the money to the robber is a 19-year-old woman. Another employee appears on camera during the robbery and the man points the gun at both workers, motioning them to stay quiet.
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The gunman is said to be 20-30 years of age with a thin build and is clean shaven. He is armed and police urge anyone who sees him to call 911.