Wawa Robber in New Jersey Took $160 — and a Caesar Salad Wrap

Elizabeth Licata
An armed robber in New Jersey used a semi-automatic handgun to terrorize the employees of a Wawa convenience store, just to steal $160 in cash and a chicken Caesar wrap. According to NJ.com, police have identified the alleged robber as 58-year-old Michael Siriani. He was spotted on camera...

An armed robber in New Jersey used a semi-automatic handgun to terrorize the employees of a Wawa convenience store, just to steal $160 in cash and a chicken Caesar wrap.

According to NJ.com, police have identified the alleged robber as 58-year-old Michael Siriani. He was spotted on camera entering a Wawa convenience store in Springfield Township, New Jersey, and picking up a chicken Caesar wrap from one of the store’s displays. Then he took the wrap to the counter as though he were going to pay for it, and he pulled a semi-automatic handgun on the Wawa employee and demanded money.

Siriani reportedly left the Wawa on foot with $160 in cash, and the chicken Caesar wrap.

Police say that after Siriani was identified as the robber, Siriani planned to turn himself into the authorities on Tuesday, August 8, but he never showed up. Siriani is reportedly still on the run from police.

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