According to the report, cops say the man - who they have not identified - went into the grocery store on Hamburg Turnpike at about 10 a.m. Sunday and filled a shopping cart with items and hid them with bags. When he tried to leave the store, employees confronted him, cops told nj.com.
After a brief struggle in the parking lot, the man allegedly took out a hypodermic needle, threatened the employees with it, and told them he had AIDS, the report said. He then drove from the lot in a Nissan Altima that had at least one passenger, the report said.
Police said they would likely arrest the man Monday afternoon, the report said.