3 Young Black Males Rob Employees At Hardee's On Highway 58 At Gunpoint

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Three gunmen held up employees at the Hardee's on Highway 58 on Sunday afternoon.

The incident happened around 2 p.m.

The manager said three black males with guns entered the restaurant and demanded money. After getting the money, the suspects fled on foot.

Suspect #1 was 5’7"–6’ tall, skinny, 130-150 pounds, red hooded jacket (with black stripes down the sleeves and red stars in the stripes), jeans, and a black or white bandana covering his face.

Suspect #2 was wearing all black clothing, and a black and white bandana covering his face.

He was about 6’ and weighed 160-170 pounds. He was wearing a black ball cap.

Suspect #3 was wearing a gray looking hoodie and dark pants. He was about 6’ tall and weighed 155-165 pounds. He was wearing a blue bandana. He was described as having thick eyebrows and long eyelashes.


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