HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston police are looking for a man accused of holding up an ATM technician while he was on the job in the Gulfton area.
The robbery by force happened around 2 p.m. on Nov. 6 at an ATM in the 6200 block of Bellaire Boulevard near Hillcroft Avenue, police said.
HPD released surveillance video of the incident on Tuesday in hopes that someone may recognize the suspect.
The technician told police that while he was servicing an ATM, a black SUV pulled up near his vehicle and a man got out of the passenger's side and ran toward him.
The suspect reportedly tried to access the open ATM, so the technician grabbed him and wrestled with him.
The struggle stopped when the suspect told the ATM technician that he had a gun, police said.
The victim backed off and the suspect ran back to the black SUV and fled the scene, according to HPD.
It was unclear if the suspect got away with any money.
Police described the suspect as a Black man who was wearing black clothing and white shoes.
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