Sickening surveillance footage shows a brute shoving and punching a Brooklyn gas station attendant before two accomplices robbed the shop this week.

The trio of crooks drove up at the station on Kent Avenue near Williamsburg Street East in a blue sedan around 4:30 a.m. Thursday, according to authorities and the clip they released.

One of the robbers is shown shoving the worker to the ground before throwing punches at the employee and trying to block him from entering the attached store.

Video shows NYC gas station worker shoved, punched in robbery

One suspect is seen shoving the worker to the ground while the other two enter the store.

NYPD

Video shows NYC gas station worker shoved, punched in robbery

The victim appeared to try to scare away the crew with a squeegee.

NYPD

Meanwhile, the two other suspects were already inside the shop, pocketing about $800, according to cops and the video.

The worker tried to scare away the crew with what appeared to be a squeegee before they took off in their car.

The station employee refused medical attention, police said.

Cops are hoping for the public’s help in tracking down the suspects.

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