Duncanville police are looking for a robber who struck at drive-through ATM.
Surveillance video from the Bank of America on South Cedar Ridge Drive shows a man wearing a red hoodie rob Ruk Puih at about 11 p.m. on May 10.
Puih, a husband and father of two, said he thought he was going to die when he couldn’t get any money out of his account.
"I just said, 'Please forgive me, please forgive me,'" he said.
The 31-year-old Dallas man said the robber held a silver handgun to his head, making him so nervous that he couldn’t correctly enter his pin number. After three failed attempts, the ATM swallowed his card.
The robber then forced Puih out of his car and demanded his wallet.
"I said, 'See, I don’t have anything,'" he said.
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Duncanville police are asking for the public's help identifying the man in the video.
"He's got a weapon, and he's approaching people," Officer Doug Sisk said. "He is definitely dangerous, and we want to get him off the street."
Anyone with infomation is urged to call Duncanville police.