SANTA FE (KRQE) - Santa Fe police have released surveillance video of not only the tense moments for two store employees being held up but also a significant clue to the robber's identity.
The holdup happened Friday night at a Sprint store located near Cerrillos and Rodeo roads on Santa Fe's west side.
The video shows the suspect walking through the store covering his face. He then walks up to an employee who holds up her hands in fear.
The man holds the women at gunpoint forcing her to the floor. The other employee is ordered to fill a bag with cash.
Eventually the bad guy takes off.
Investigators say the suspect was wearing a unique diver's watch with black and red on the face. They hope that will help catch the crook.
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