This story was updated on April 6 at 4:48 p.m.
Nassau County Police are investigating two separate incidents that occurred on Hempstead Avenue in West Hempstead Saturday.
Police were on the scene early Saturday morning at Philson Cleaners, located at 435 Hempstead Ave., after an apparent break-in.
Shattered glass from a broken door covered the sidewalk as police conducted their investigation.
The Four Seasons Card Shoppe was robbed later in the day Saturday.
According to Nassau County detectives, a black male suspect entered the store, located at 372 Hempstead Ave., and went behind the counter. He pushed the 62-year-old male clerk in his chest and caused him to fall.
The suspect then attempted to gain access to the store's register, but was unable to do so, police said. The suspect then went through the victim’s pocket and removed an undetermined amount of cash while pointing a pair of scissors at him.
The suspect fled on foot north on Wilson Street, police said. The victim refused medical treatment at scene.
The suspect is described as being 6-feet tall, 210 pounds, approximately 35 years old with a possible mustache, dark jacket and pants.
Detectives request that anyone with information regarding this crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
Details on whether or not the incidents were related were not available.
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