Philadelphia police are looking for a man who robbed a corner grocery store using a "simulated weapon" earlier this week.
Surveillance cameras recorded a black man wearing a sweatshirt standing in line with a few dollars in hand while a customer in front of him finished a purchase Tuesday morning. After this customer left but before approaching the 24-year-old clerk at the Tejada Grocery, the suspect picked up a banana, pocked it and then proceeded to act like it was a handgun as he demanded money and cigarettes, according to police.
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The footage also includes another customer coming up to the counter as the robbery was taking place. The woman placed her drink on the counter and began rooting through her purse to pay for it. After a few moments, the suspect calmly left the store and took off on the bike he left outside, leaving a knocked over trash can in his wake.
The police report is unclear in how much cash was taken by the suspect.