Police are looking for the man who robbed Domino's Pizza in Taunton on Monday night.

According to the Taunton Daily Gazette, “the robber, who reportedly pulled out a knife, was described as a short, white male with pale complexion, about 5-foot-4 wearing a winter cap and a clear, plastic mask.”

He made his way out the door with a total of $37.

A surveillance-camera image was provided of what appears to be a young man in a green-and-black striped sweater.

An employee told police that the robber approached the cashier and said the word "register" softly. “When the employee asked him if he knew the business was equipped with a surveillance system, the robber allegedly said 'I have a gun' and reached into his waistband to pull out a knife.”

After handing over one and five-dollar bills, the robber demanded larger bills to be offered. The employee then showed him the empty cash drawer. It was at that point that the man quickly walked out and ran behind the building and down the street.

With additional reporting by Sal Lopez

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