FORT WORTH -- Two knife-wielding suspects robbed a Fort Worth Kentucky Fried Chicken late Friday, forcing one employee of the fast-food restaurant to lie on the floor while another filled a bag with the money they had demanded.
Fort Worth police Lt. Paul Henderson said the two men entered the Kentucky Fried Chicken-Pizza Inn at 9616 White Settlement Road about 10:20 p.m. and approached a 32-year-old employee as she was walking toward a back office to conduct a money count.
One suspect was carrying a big stick and the other a knife when they demanded that the employee give them all the money. A witness who was washing dishes heard the employee call out. As he rounded the corner, he was confronted by the knife-wielding suspect, who forced him to lie on the floor.
After the female employee franctically shoved money and coins into a bag, the two suspects fled on foot across White Settlement Road to a dark-colored car parked in a pharmacy parking lot. They escaped with an undetermined amount of cash.
Neither the restaurant or pharmacy had surveillance cameras
One suspect is described as a white male, 18 to 20 years old, 6 feet tall, 150 pounds and wearing black pants and jacket, a white bandana and a blue cap. The second suspect is described as a white male, 18 to 20 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall, 130 pounds, wearing a black jacket, dark pants, and white bandana and bluel cap.
Anyone with information should call robbery detectives at (817)392-4370 or Crime Stoppers at (817)469-TIPS.