Police are on the hunt for a man who sprayed a Staten Island deli worker with OC spray causing the worker great discomfort before running away with the loot.
The suspect, who was spotted on security camera, walked into Forest Suprette and Bagels on Forest Avenue on the morning of December 8.
Wearing a face mask and gloves, the robber deployed pepper spray to disable the clerk before making his move.
With the cashier out of the way, the bandit took the entire cash register and ran out the door.
According to the New York Post, the employee was taken to Richmond University Medical Center.
Police are still investigating the matter, but have no known leads as of now.
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