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Customer throws Molotov cocktail at New York store clerk

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NEW YORK (WHDH) - An unhappy customer in a hoodie left a store in New York only to come back and attack the store clerk.

The man was seen on video returning to the store, where he stood outside, lit something on fire, and threw it into the storefront.

The clerk's jacked and hair were burned, but he only suffered from minor injuries.

Police are searching for the suspect.
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