An armed robber held up a clerk at a Philadelphia market Saturday morning and made off with a handful of cash.
The unidentified suspect calmly walked into Kim’s Market around 8:30 a.m. and acted like he was buying a soda. He waited until the clerk opened the register before drawing a pistol from his waistband and squeezing through the protective Plexiglas barrier. The suspect grabbed a handful of cash, re-holstered his weapon, and then casually walked away, CBS reports.
No shots were fired during the robbery. The suspect fled from the store and is still at large. Philadelphia police have asked anyone with information about the suspect contact the Southwest Detective Division at 215-686-3183, or anonymously at 215-686-TIPS.
[ CBS ]