ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police need help in finding a brazen bandit.
Officers say surveillance video captured a man wearing all black holding up the Pita Pit on Central on Saturday.
The video shows the suspect flashing a gun several times to an employee behind the counter.
He demands all the cash, but the worker can't get the drawer open. The crook orders another Pita Pit employee to get the money and makes both employees shove cash into a tip jar and forces them to the ground.
Before leaving, police say the suspect also robbed two customers.
He is described as Hispanic or white in his late 20s to early 30s.
Those with information should call 242-COPS.
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