WATCH: 2 thieves pepper-spray store clerk, then haul off ATM in organized heist

SEATTLE -- New, exclusive video shows a couple of thieves who attacked a store clerk in Seattle with pepper or bear spray in a well-planned heist of an ATM.

In the video, a suspect walks into the 76 gas station on South Michigan Street in Seattle Monday morning and immediately starts spraying a large can of pepper or bear spray right in the cashier's face.

After disabling the cashier, a second suspect comes into the store with a hand truck and he and his partner load the store's ATM onto the hand truck and roll the ATM out to truck outside.

The truck had the name of a nearby business where it was stolen from -- Miller Paint Co.; it has Washington license plate B73166K.

If you recognize either of the suspects or if you see the stolen truck, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. You can remain anonymous and there is a cash reward of up to $1,000.