Have you seen this suspected pistachio robber?

Have you seen this suspected pistachio robber?
This man is suspected of attacking a Seattle convenience store clerk over a bag of pistachios. (Courtesy of Puget Sound Crime Stoppers)

SEATTLE -- The Seattle Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly attacked a convenience store clerk while stealing a bag of snack nuts last week in Wallingford.

According to the police report for the incident, the suspect walked into a Shell station on Northeast 45th Street around 8:45 p.m. April 8 and -- despite multiple warnings from the clerk -- placed a package of pistachios into his bag.

When the clerk started dialing police, the suspect came around the counter and punched him multiple times in the face, according to report.

The attack was reportedly witnessed by two customers who were in the store at the time.

According to the report, officers arrived and detained a possible suspect, who became uncooperative and was arrested for obstruction of justice. Unfortunately, he wasn't the man who robbed the convenience store.

Police hope someone recognizes the suspected pistachio robber so they can "get crackin" on arresting him.