A valet at Bern's Steak House was robbed at gunpoint while on duty early Sunday morning, Tampa police said.
It is the second such incident in the past month involving a valet at the upscale South Tampa restaurant. No suspect has been identified.
The victim, whose name was not released, told Tampa police officers he was confronted by an armed man wearing a bandana over his face shortly after midnight Saturday, a Tampa police official said.
The gunman demanded the valet, hired to park cars for the restaurant, hand over all his money.
When the victim complied, the bandit ran away.
No injuries were reported.
No further information was available about the amount of money taken.
The only description of the gunman was the bandana he wore to hide the lower part of his face.
Bern's Steak House released this statement about the incident:
Early this month another valet who works at Bern's told ABC Action News he was robbed at gunpoint while on duty. No arrest has been made in that incident.
Members are the neighborhood told Action News they plan to increase Neighborhood Watch activities to help decrease the chance of such incident from occurring.