Police: Robber tells Pa. pizza clerk he’s having a ‘bad day’

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HIBBS, Pa. (AP) – Police say a shotgun-wielding robber told a southwestern Pennsylvania pizza shop clerk he was having a “bad day.”

State police say the man entered the Fox’s Pizza shop in Hibbs at about 8:15 p.m. Friday carrying the gun and a camouflage bag.

Police say the man demanded cash and at one point told the female clerk she wasn’t moving fast enough and had 10 seconds before he grabbed the money and ran away.

The clerk wasn’t hurt. The robber also had a camouflage jacket, pants, mask and black gloves.

The shop is in German Township, Fayette County. That’s about 40 miles south of Pittsburgh.