Cash, and a chicken Caesar wrap, go out of a Burlington County Wawa, in the arms of a gun-brandishing thug. New Jersey State Police hope to help the hungry bandit get three squares a day for a while, as soon as he's identified.

Police said that he entered the shop on Route 206 in Springfield Township at about 12:50 AM on Sunday, August 6. He took the wrap to the counter, whipped out a semi-automatic handgun, and forced the clerk to hand over money.

He's described as black-Hispanic, about 5'7" in height, and was wearing a blue checkered-print flannel shirt, black tee shirt, black pants, dark-colored sneakers with white soles, a black bandana, and eyeglasses.

If he looks familiar, speak to troopera in the Bordentown station, 609-298-1171.

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