Domino’s Employees Tied Up, Robbed

Employees left unharmed

Sunday, Nov 27, 2011  |  Updated 4:06 PM CDT
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Domino’s Employees Tied Up, Robbed

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Two men tied up employees at a pizzeria in St. Charles and stole more than $1,000 on Saturday.

Police responded at 12:37 a.m. Saturday to the Domino’s Pizza at 1450 W. Main St. for an armed robbery where two employees were tied up in a utility room, according to a release from St. Charles police.

Two men in ski masks entered the pizzeria about 12:20 a.m. Saturday, brandished a handgun and demanded all the money, the release said. The employees were forced into a utility room, where their wrists were bound.

The robbers took about $1,300 in cash and left the employees unharmed, police said.

St. Charles police are investigating, but noone was in custody Sunday afternoon.

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