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Robbery suspect tells victims “God bless you.”

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Authorities in North Augusta, South Carolina are searching for a robbery suspect who was extremely polite to his victims.
The robbery took place at a Waffle House at 324 Georgia Ave around 3:45 a.m.
Witnesses say the man came into the restaurant dressed in a gray long-sleeve shirt, tan pants, black tennis shoes, and a black ski mask
He then went up to employees at a register, pointed a black handgun at them, and told them to open the register.
One of the employees complied and put all the cash in a Waffle House to-go bag and handed it to the suspect.
The suspect then reportedly replied: “God bless you. I did not want to hurt anyone,” before fleeing the scene.
The North Augusta Department of Public Safety reported that the suspect got into a rear seat of a silver sedan that was parked in the middle of the road.
The vehicle then took a left south on Georgia Avenue, going over the Savannah River bridge and into Georgia.
No one was injured during the incident and authorities did not say how much money was taken.