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A Chicago man (who we can only assume takes his job very seriously) robbed his co-worker at gunpoint and still showed up to work the next day, prosecutors say.

That man, Larry Murdock, is now being held on bond for felony armed robbery. And it must be noted, he did try to give his Jewel-Osco supermarket co-worker’s belongings back before his inevitable arrest.

Spoiler alert: That didn’t work.

From DNA Info:

Murdock, who stocks shelves, had asked the 19-year-old co-worker to hang out Monday night, Assistant State’s Attorney Erin Antonietti said in court Wednesday.

When the co-worker pulled up to a meeting spot in the 4200 block of West Taylor Street, Murdock and an accomplice hopped in his car and whipped out guns, Antonietti said.

The duo stole the victim’s wallet, $600 cash, a gold chain, watch and iPhone, court records show. They also swiped the Timberland boots and hat he’d been wearing.

In all, Murdock and his accomplice swiped about $1,200 worth of belongings.

When Murdock showed up to work the next day, the victim pointed him out to police. According to WGNTV, Murdock still had his uniform on when he appeared in court.

The 20-year-old’s bail was set for $350,000.

SOURCE: DNA Info | PHOTO CREDIT: Screengrab

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