Las Vegas police are looking for a man who brutally blindsided and attacked a Krispy Kreme employee who was merely doing his job.
Clip via KTNV
The victim’s stepfather , Mark Sabella, said it’s heart wrenching to watch the beating caught on surveillance footage.
“It kills you to see someone you love in that type of situation and feel hopeless that you can’t really do much,” Sabella told local ABC affiliate KTNV 13 Action News.
A clear image of the suspect’s enraged face was caught on surveillance and police and the victim are hopeful that someone will come forward with his identity.
The incident began Tuesday morning when the victim asked a group of boisterous customers to leave. It was the second time they’d been asked, but instead of departing, they called in the suspect who was waiting outside.
Then he went to work and pummeled the victim.
“He needs to be held accountable for what he did,” Sabella said. “There’s no excuse for doing that to someone.”
Krispy Kreme released this statement:
“Ensuring the safety of our team members and guests is Krispy Kreme’s top priority. We are relieved the team member will make a quick recovery. We are working with the Las Vegas Metro Police Department on the incident.”
The victim refused to be interviewed on TV out of fear of retaliation from the suspect, and is considering resigning from his current job for the same reason.
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