WESTWOOD, Ohio - Cincinnati police are searching for two men who held up a Westwood Applebee's restaurant early Wednesday morning.
Two men entered the Westwood restaurant on Glenway Avenue at about 2 a.m. Wednesday, according to police. They were able to enter the restaurant after an employee left the building.
At least one of the suspects had a gun, and ordered an employee to tie up the manager.
Police say the two suspects fled the scene out the back door of the restaurant with an undisclosed amount of money.
There were three employees in the restaurant when the incident happened. No one was injured.
Police are searching for two black males, wearing black masks and black hoodies.
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