(CBS) FRANKLIN, Mass.- Police in eastern Massachusetts are looking to arrest 23-year-old Gregory Mansur, who allegedly held up a Dunkin' Donuts on Tuesday using a syringe he claimed was filled with AIDS-infected blood, CBS Boston reports.
Franklin police say around 6:15 p.m., Mansur entered a Dunkin' Donuts and told an employee he wanted money or would stick the employee with infected blood. They say Mansur left the store with an undisclosed amount of money.
On Wednesday, police say that the same man entered another Dunkin' Donuts in town and did the same thing. This time, the employee ran out of the store through the back and Mansur left without getting any money.
Police want to charge Mansur with armed robbery while masked, assault with a dangerous weapon and assault to rob while armed.
He was last seen driving a Blue Pontiact Sunfire with a Massachusetts license plate 655BP7 registered to his wife, Amanda. The two have been seen traveling together.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mansur or his wife can call the Franklin Police Department Detective Division at 508-528-1212.