A man who refused on Monday to give a would-be robber any cash was uninjured after he had a gun pointed at his head, Opelika, Ala., police said.
Police say a Hanwha employee arrived at his Jeter Avenue job just before 6 a.m. CST and went to the bathroom. A suspect then approached, pointed a black, semi-automatic gun at the employee’s head and demanded cash.
The employee refused, leading the gunman to again point the weapon at the man’s head and demand money a second time. The employee again refused, and the suspect ran from the building, reports state.
The suspect is a black man, 5-foot-11 and 165 pounds. He wore a black hoodie and black pants, police said.