"It just didn't seem right," says Jones. "Probably the best way to describe it."
Jones says a man, who was a frequent customer, came in on Thursday and asked for a cash advance on some laptops. A little while later, Jones says the man came in again.
Jones says he was at the counter when the man asked him to move to the back of the store and go down to the basement. The man then tied Jones's hands behind his back.
"He had something in his pocket he was pointing up, and he said don't do anything stupid, just let me tie you up," says Jones
Jones wasn't hurt and the suspect made away with about $60. This was the fourth robbery in Hagerstown in less than a week. The latest was on Sunday night at the CVS on East Wilson Boulevard.
"We don't rule anything out in the way of relating incidents together until we can absolutely do so, but at this point in time it doesn't appear that they're related," says Sergeant Jim Hurd of the Hagerstown Police Department.
Hurd says the robbery at TekFlash wasn't typical.
"There's usually such a randomness in these types of crimes that it's highly unusual for a victim to know who the suspect is," says Hurd.