Towson restaurant robbed no one injured

November 17, 1997|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Two masked men robbed a Towson restaurant of a large sum of money yesterday after binding three employees and herding them into an office, Baltimore County police said.

Wearing nylon stockings over their faces and latex gloves, the men -- one of whom had a revolver -- entered That's Amore restaurant in the 700 block of Kenilworth Drive about 11: 45 a.m., police said.

The intruders bound the employees' wrists with duct tape, placed tape over their mouths and herded them into an office, where the intruders took the cash, police said.

Before they fled, the robbers ripped a telephone from a wall and took a second phone with them, police said.

The employees, who were not harmed, freed themselves minutes later and called police.

No customers were in the restaurant at the time of the robbery.

Pub Date: 11/17/97

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