Did he forget his ID? Dramatic moment, baby bandit pulls a gun at an employee of a gas station for a pack of cigarettes
- Footage shows a man, described in his teens, who threatens the employee
- He points a gun at the worker behind the counter and sets off with cigarettes
- The perpetrator is described as white and skinny and wore a gray hoodie
A robber with a baby pulling a gun at an employee of a gas station and demanding that he hand over a pack of cigarettes is on the run.
Dramatic CCTV footage shows the man, presumably in his late teens, who threatens the worker at a station in Torrensville, Adelaide, on Sunday at around 7 p.m.
The bandit seems to be waiting for all customers to leave the store before pointing a gun from behind the counter at the employee.
Footage shows a man, described in his late teens, who threatens the employee at a Henley Beach Road gas station in Torrensville around 7 p.m. on Sunday
The perpetrator was handed a pack of cigarettes before leaving for Marion Road on foot.
He is described as white with a skinny build and was last seen in a gray hooded sweater and a dark-colored parker over the top.
No one was injured in the incident.
The employee called the police, who searched for the man with the help of police dogs, but could not find him.
No one has been charged or arrested at this stage.
Anyone with information is requested to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.
The perpetrator was handed a pack of cigarettes before leaving for Marion Road on foot
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