Police are searching for a thief who allegedly stabbed two security guards with an ice pick after robbing a children's clothing store in Queens.

According to police, the suspect tried to walk out of the Jamaica location of Cookie's The Kids Department Store on Monday carrying around $250 in clothing items—items that he apparently opted not to pay for. When a store security guard stepped up to stop him, the thief allegedly procured an ice pick and used it to strike the guard in the lip.

When a second security guard ran over to help, the suspect allegedly used the pick to stab him in the left arm before fleeing the scene on foot. Neither victim was hospitalized.

The suspect, who was wearing orange glasses, a "Groovin Park" T-shirt and two chains around his neck at the time of the incident, is described by police as being between 26 and 30-years-old, somewhere between 5-foot-6 and 5-foot-9 and weighing around 160 pounds. Anyone with information on the suspect's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

And somewhere out there, there's a woman who's been charged with assault after throwing a violent tantrum in a hair salon. Who says New York is the unhappiest city in America?