TULSA, Okla. - FOX23 investigate reporter Janna Clark was inside a Tulsa Taco Bueno when a gunman came in and robbed it.
The robbery happened Thursday night near 31st Street and Sheridan Road. Several customers and two children were inside at the time.
Clark said she was about 10 feet away from the gunman when he demanded money from the cashier. He also handed the cashier a threatening note.
The robber rushed out the door with money from the register that had been stuffed into a paper cup.
No one was injured.
Tony Darden, the Taco Bueno's chief operating officer, released a statement to FOX23:
“The safety and wellbeing of our guests and our team members are our number one concern. The workplace safety and security training we have in place laid the foundation for a successful outcome. We are very proud of how our management and store team members responded and handled the situation. Our team members followed company protocol and kept everyone safe. We are working with the local law enforcement while they conduct their investigation along with our director of security.”
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