Police in Houston are searching for a pair of robbers who were caught on video last month Tasering a meat market employee during a heist.
The incident took place on the morning of July 8 at the Panchos Meat Market on Imperial Valley Drive.
Surveillance video from the store shows two men in baseball caps, one of them with a white bandanna tied around his face, entering the butcher shop just after 5am.
Wanted men: The Houston Police Department has released this CCTV video showing the robbery of a local meat market on July 8
Armed and dangerous: The video shows two men entering the Panchos Meat Market, one of them armed with a gun and the other with a Taser
Shocking moment: The robber armed with the stun gun is seen in this frame using it against one worker, causing the man to stop in his tracks and collapse to the floor
The bandit looks at the incapacitated victim laying in the aisle. Meanwhile, his accomplice escorts another worker to the back office
Upon arrival, the masked suspect pulls out a handgun and his accomplice points a Taser at store employees, demanding they hand over money from the back office.
The CCTV recording then shows the robber armed with the stun gun using it against one worker, causing the man to stop in his tracks and collapse to the floor.
The victim was Tasered while being herded to the rear office along with his co-workers by the two intruders.
The pair of bandits got away with an unspecified amount of money, as the Houston Chronicle first reported. If captured, they will face charges with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
The pair of bandits, pictured in the background in ball caps, got away with an unspecified amount of money
If captured, they will face charges with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon
The Panchos Meat Market is located in this strip mall on Imperial Valley Drive in Houston
Police described the perpetrators of the store robbery as being between the ages of 25 and 35. One of the men had a large built and spoke Spanish during the heist.
He was last seen wearing a striped shirt, black pants and a red baseball cap.
His accomplice had a thin built and also spoke Spanish. He was seen wearing a black shirt, blue pants and a black ball cap.
As of Thursday morning, neither man has been identified or arrested.