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VIDEO: Anger issues? Customer trashes convenience store

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Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday. Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday.
Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday. Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday.
Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday. Police say this man trashed a convenience store in Warren on Friday.
WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) -

Warren police need your help to track down a customer who went crazy Friday and trashed a local convenience store. The entire episode was caught on surveillance video.

Do you recognize this guy? If so, call Warren police: (586) 574-4700

Click on the video player to watch the outrageous video of the incident.

It all started when the man walked into the store on Dequindre and 11 Mile.

We're told he wanted to pay for his gas using a gift card from a different store. When the clerk told him they couldn't accept a gift card, the man got angry and went crazy, grabbing items off store shelves and tossing them on the floor.

He even threw things at other customers and employees.

After several minutes, the man took off in a silver sedan. If you know who he is, call Warren police.

 

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