Secaucus Mobil Gas Station Robbery, attendant struck in the face and threatened with a knife

SECAUCUS – Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a Mobil Gas Station on Route 3 of $700, officials said.
On February 25th at  7:39 p.m. Secaucus Police Department responded to Mobil Gas Station at 445 Route 3 East on report of a robbery. Upon arrival they spoke with a gas attendant who told police that a caucasian male between 30-40 years old demanded money from the register, Sgt. Michael Torres of Secaucus Police said. When the attendant refused, the suspect brandished a knife and the attendant gave the man money from his pocket. The suspect then stole $700 from the register as well. The attendant was also struck in the face during the robbery and suffered a minor injury that did not require medical attention.
The suspect then fled eastbound from the gas station where he may have entered a silver vehicle, Sgt. Torres said.
Police are currently investigating. No further information is available at this time.