The robber burst through the doors in the middle of the night.
It was 3:25 a.m. and he told the clerk he had a gun.
"You're on video," the clerk told him.
But the gunman ordered him to shut-up and empty the register.
The clerk handed over stacks of bills as the robber shifted back and forth on his feet.
And in a matter of seconds, it was over.
The robber backed up, nervously toward the door and then, made a run for it.
The service station's owner is furious and wants the robber caught.
From Farmingdale, the robber went on to a service station in Levittown and a 7-11 in Hicksville.
The night before, he struck in Roslyn Heights, Flower Hill and Great Neck.
He committed six armed robberies in just 24 hours.
All of them were between 3 and 4 in the morning.
The county police robbery squad canvassed the stores for witnesses and surveillance video Friday morning.
Although the robber has threatened clerks, he has not fired a single shot, at least not so far.
No one has been injured.