Apparently in the throes of one really terrible midlife crisis, a man in his mid-40s robbed a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in San Bruno at gunpoint Monday afternoon. The suspect was spotted wearing a black baseball cap and rocking a black and gray Harley-Davidson jacket when he pointed a gun at an unsuspecting employee. He escaped in a silver Toyota Prius with an undisclosed amount of cash and who even knows how many prize tickets.

The suspect, seen above on security footage standing in front of the pizza ovens, may also have been sporting some salt-and-pepper stubble when he started waving his weapon around. He fled the building through the front doors, into the parking lot the restaurant shares with a Red Robin and a Best Buy. According to police, no one was hurt in the robbery and witnesses managed to catch a partial license plate reading "6VWX."

If anyone happens to see this guy, possibly cashing in an armful of prize tickets for a couple of useless pencil erasers in the shape of dinosaurs, they should call San Bruno police at 650-616-7100.

[San Mateo Daily Journal]
[Mercury News]