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Suspects Force KFC Employee into Restroom After Reported Robbery

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Broken Arrow authorities are looking for two individuals who reportedly entered and a robbed a restaurant late Tuesday.

Police were notified of the incident around 10 a.m. at the KFC near 61st and Garnett. It was there that the two men reportedly encountered a female employee outside and forced her back into the building.

BAPD's Leon Calhoun told KTUL that the suspects were reportedly armed when they approached the woman. They instructed her to take them to the safe.

The employee opened the safe and handed them the money that was inside. Moments later the suspects forced the woman into the bathroom where they told her to stay or they would "hurt her."

Both men fled the scene on foot in an unknown area. Officers were called on scene a short time later.

Police stated that the men were described as being two hispanic males. Both were wearing black hoodies, dark jeans and gloves.

Anyone with information should contact BAPD at (918) 259-8400.

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