Suspect hit employee with stun gun during robbery

Toronto police are trying to identify a man accused of hitting a cellphone store employee and stealing electronics and cash during a violent robbery earlier this year.

Police said the armed hold-up occurred at The Mobile Store on St. Clair Avenue West, near Runnymede Road, on May 28 at 11:45 a.m.

The suspect posed as a customer and asked questions about cases displayed behind the counter, and then pulled out a stun gun and used it to strike the employee, police said Wednesday.

After hitting the victim, the suspect fled with a bag filled with gadgets and a large sum of money.

Police said the man is white, in his late 20s, five-foot-seven and 240 to 250 pounds with facial hair.

He was wearing black sunglasses, blue jeans, a blue coat and a grey hoodie. He was driving a black BMW 128.

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