HOUSTON – Houston police are searching for a man who threatened a convenience store clerk with a gun in September and it was all caught on camera.
The robbery happened in the 6600 block of Fondren on Sept. 12.
Police say a man grabbed a case of beer, walked to the counter and displayed a gun from his waistband. As the clerk backed away from the robber, the suspect tried to flee but realized the doors were remotely locked.
The robber attempted to pull out his gun at the clerk who then unlocked the door after feeling threatened. The thief then fled the scene.
Police say the suspect drove in a red, four-door sedan with blue tape on the front hood and bumper. He is described as wearing a plaid shirt, black pants. He is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, and weighs between 160 to 180 pounds.
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