A clerk fought back against a man armed with a butter knife in a bizarre attack inside a Midtown gas station.
It happened at the Shell gas station off Northside Drive and 14th Street early Monday morning.
The clerk told Channel 2′s Darryn Moore a man charged at his co-worker with the butter knife. But what makes this case so strange is how the man got to the clerks.
Police said he slipped through the hole in a bulletproof window.
“He came in immediately and started screaming and shouting and jumped. He was very scary,” Berhan Nemaneta said.
- This bridge over I-85 will be closed for MONTHS starting today
- SWAT situation underway with armed man barricaded inside home with child, police say
- Predators have unprecedented access to kids through online video games, FBI says
Both Nemaneta and his co-worker ran out of the store and locked the man inside until police could arrive.
The other clerk received had some minor cuts to his head but is going to be OK.
Police have not identified the man and are working to figure out a motive behind the attack. The owner may release video of the attack later today.
© 2020 Cox Media Group