Endicott Police are looking for a man who rode off on a bicycle after holding up a South Nanticoke Avenue convenience store in broad daylight.

Village Police responded to the Nanticoke Market at 1:55 p.m. March 7 to a report that a man robbed the store at knifepoint, sporting mismatched gloves and a self-powered getaway vehicle.

Surveillance photos provided by Endicott Police show a white man dressed all in black with a black mask covering his head with a white glove on his right hand and an orange glove on his left hand riding off on a smaller black bike.

Surveillance photos provided by Endicott Police
Surveillance photos provided by Endicott Police

Police say the man may have changed his clothes shortly after holding up the store.

Anyone with information is asked to call Endicott Police at (607) 785-3341.

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