Police are seeking a man who allegedly robbed a convenience store and beat the clerk early Saturday morning, according to a South San Francisco police report. At about 2:20 a.m. the suspect forced his way into the locked convenience store located in the 1100 block of Mission Road while the clerk was in a back room, according to police. When the clerk returned to the front of the store the suspect allegedly pushed him behind the counter and told the clerk he had a knife. The suspect reportedly punched the clerk repeatedly and demanded money, according to police. After obtaining some money from the register the suspect left the store in an unknown direction. The suspect is described as a Hispanic or white male in his early to mid 20s, heavy build with a shaved hairstyle and an earring in his left ear, according to police. He was wearing black shorts, black tennis shoes and a black T-shirt with an image of California underneath the words “Northern Cali.” The suspect also has a tattoo resembling an “S” or “3” on his right elbow and a tattoo of possibly a name starting with the letters “Ala” on his right forearm, according to police.
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