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Houston Police are looking for help from the public's help in trying to identify two suspects caught on surveillance video robbing a cell phone store.

According to officials with the HPD Robbery Division, the May 1st robbery occurred when two aggressive suspects came into the store.

The male and female suspects attempted to buy a phone earlier, but the debit card was declined. They left the store after the attempted purchase.

Later that day, around 6pm, the duo returned to rob the place, according to officers.

The male suspect was very belligerent and was repeatedly demanding "his money" back from the store.

The footage shows that the guy kept reaching to his waistband as if he had a weapon.

"Give me my money, man. I don't play," the suspect shouted.

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Once he got the $200 from the employee, he stretched his arm out and kept trying to shake the employee's hand. When he tried to fist bump him, the employee refused.

It's like when someone is just waving as they pass by you, but you think they're going for a high five and you just keep walking, trying to play off the major embarrassment of a mistake you just made.

If anyone has information about the robbery, they're asked to contact the Houston Police Department.

Read more at ABC 13

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