An employee at a Missouri Jimmy John’s, a popular sandwich chain restaurant, didn’t even flinch Wednesday when a robber pointed a gun just inches from his face.
The worker, who was at the cash register during the crime, remains extremely calm as the perpetrator brandishes his firearm.
The Kansas City Police Department released surveillance video of the incident.
The suspect approached the counter around 9:13 p.m, according to the timestamp and description of the video. The composed clerk appears to take an order before the feigned patron whipped out his firearm. (RELATED: 50 ‘Juveniles’ Swarm Public Train, Rob People On Board)
As the employee appears completely unfazed, the suspect tries to show that he is serious with his outward threat by pointing the gun very close to the worker’s face. The gunman even appears to reach out to grab the employee’s arm.
The unemotional clerk at first hands over money to the suspect as if he is giving him his change, but then decides to just give the criminal the whole tray from the cash register, which the gunman declines. (RELATED: Chicago Man With Concealed-Carry Permit Shoots, Kills Armed Robber)
The suspect has been identified and is currently in custody, according to law enforcement’s latest update.
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