The Sith are apparently getting their revenge in San Diego.
Police there are currently looking for an armed robber who struck three 7-Eleven convenience stores in a two-hour period while wearing a red Sith mask based on a character from the 'Star Wars' movies, KGTV-TV reported.
The first robbery took place early Monday morning when the "Star Wars"-loving suspect allegedly held up the first 7-Eleven with a small semi-automatic handgun, according to XETV-TV.
He fled on foot and stormed two other nearby stores shortly thereafter. The same villain may be connected with a fourth robbery that took place on Saturday, KSWB-TV reported.
This isn't the first robbery enacted by folks who've crossed over to the dark side.
Back in 2010, a man dressed as Darth Vader robbed a Long Island bank, and also used a gun instead of a light saber, EOnline.com reported.