Braum’s driver robbed at gunpoint, suspect on the loose

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are asking for your help identifying a suspect in an armed robbery in south Oklahoma City.

The crime was caught on surveillance video.

Braum's driver Preston Hall was approached by a man wearing a green bandanna over his face Saturday morning, near 39th and S. Pennsylvania.

At approximately 1:43 a.m., Hall told police he had just taken milk into the Braum's store and was locking a north side door when he was approached by the suspect.

He said the suspect pointed a gun at him and demanded money.

Hall said he needed to get into his truck to retrieve his wallet.

On the video, the suspect appears to be skittish while waiting, pacing back and forth.

At one point, he can be seen sticking the gun right up to the back of the victim.

After taking the victim's wallet, the suspect told Hall to lay down and "count to 100" as he fled the scene.

Hall said he had six dollars in his wallet, as well as credit and debit cards.

"The victim did the right thing in this case," MSgt Gary Knight said. "We always encourage people when you're confronted by a suspect armed with a gun, demanding cash, hand over your cash and live to tell the tale."

The suspect is described as a black male, 5'7" tall, in his mid 20's, wearing a green bandanna, dark work pants and a black coat.

Anyone with information on the suspect may receive a cash reward by calling Crime Stoppers at (405)235-7300.