A bodega clerk in Bedford-Stuyvesant died Sunday after a masked, armed robber demanded money that the worker refused to hand over.
Rafael Pujols, 49, died after emergency workers showed up around 6:30 p.m. and rushed him to University Hospital.
Cops released surveillance video that shows the robber — wearing a hooded sweater, face mask and gloves — aim the gun over the counter at Pujols.
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The robber shot Pujols once in the stomach and fled on foot without taking any property or money, investigators said.
The suspect was described as about 6-feet tall and 275 pounds with a medium complexion and brown eyes. NYPD said he appeared to have bowlegs and walked with a limp.