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Thieves Use Rock And Guns To Rob Tulsa Restaurant Employees

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The Wendy's is located near 31st and Harvard. The Wendy's is located near 31st and Harvard.
Picture of the broken glass in the lobby door. Picture of the broken glass in the lobby door.
Picture of the rock which police say the pair threw through the lobby door. Picture of the rock which police say the pair threw through the lobby door.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Tulsa Police are searching for two men who robbed employees of a Wendy's restaurant at gunpoint late Tuesday night.

It happened at about 11:45 p.m. near 31st and Harvard. Police say only the drive-thru was open at the time.

Police say two men threw a large rock through a glass door to get into the lobby, used handguns to force the manager to open the safe and give them cash, then ran out the back door.

Tulsa Police say the two black men in their early 20s wore dark colored hoodies, gloves and covered part of their faces with bandanas.

Nobody in the store was injured.

Police say a K9 officer tracked the pair to 31st Street where they believe they got into a vehicle and drove away.

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