FLORENCE, Ky. (WKYT) - Police are trying to find a robber they say left a Northern Kentucky store clerk paralyzed during an attack.
Police say the robbery happened Thursday night at a Shell station in Florence.
They say the robber tried to stab the 67-year-old clerk, but wasn't able to.
Police say the robber then put the clerk in a choke hold, causing his neck to break.
The victim's family says he's now in critical condition at a hospital.
Police say the robber stole the victim's wallet and car, which is a white 2009 Camry with Kentucky license plates.