A Northwest Spokane coffee stand robbed for the fourth time in less than a year.
Jitterz Java owner Sara Chapel says just after 8:30 Sunday night a man waited for one of her employees to get supplies from an outside storage room. Chapel says when the employee went back into the stand the man followed her through a back door and demanded money.
"She noticed that he didn't have any weapons, she kind of hesitated and hovered over the register for a second," Chapel said. "At that time he noticed where her hand kind of was and he just went over and started hitting buttons."
When the register opened Chapel says that's when the man grabbed the money.
"He looked at her and said, 'don't worry it's not your money,' and then took off out the back door," Chapel said.
Chapel says this is the fourth time in the last year the stand has been hit and says she's getting frustrated.
"What more can you do, you cut back on the amount of cash you have in the till or even on the premises we have guns, we've had guns we've got security camera's everywhere, we have lockable windows that lock on their own," Chapel said.