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In California, police are looking for a suspect who allegedly attacked a 400-pound robot security guard

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A 400-pound robot security guard — compared to the famous “Star Wars” droid, R2-D2, was damaged after a suspected vandals attacked earlier this month in a Northern California parking garage, authorities said.

The Knightscope K5, a robot took a photo of the suspect, a young man in blue jeans and a black t-shirt before the product has been pushed to Aug. 3, of Hayward, Police said.

REVOLUTIONARY “ROBO” SUIT ” WAS DEVELOPED IN ORDER TO STIMULATE WALKING AND RUNNING

The 5-foot-high-robot-patrolled, the multi-level Watkins Street garage (24 hours per day, with a speed of 3 km / h), KTVU-TV reported. K5 robots are equipped with four cameras, with the ability to call the police and have been able to detect up to 300 number plates a minute from the station.

The robot has a photo of the suspect before the attack, police said.
(Hayward Police And The Knightscope)

The extent of the damage and the cost of the repair of the robot and the guard was not. Knightscope, described the attack as “brutal” on her web site, but it said that the robot seemed to be suffering no long-term damage, and it would be a “full and speedy recovery.”

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“F5 deserves justice … and dignity,” the message read. “In spite of what some may think, these robots are only trying to help!”

The police are asking for the public’s help to find out that the robo-truck.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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