North Augusta officers looking for 2 armed robbers who held up Manuel's Bread Cafe

By: Sheli Muniz Email
By: Sheli Muniz Email

Saturday, July 21, 2012

NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- North Augusta Department of Public Safety officers are looking for two men who held up Manuel's Bread Cafe in Hammond's Ferry.

It happened around 11:30 p.m. Friday after the restaurant had closed. Several workers were there cleaning up when officers say two men with bandannas over their faces came in through the back.

Officers tell News 12 one of the men forced a worker on the ground and another worker was forced to open the register.

The two men left in a car, but officers do not have a description. Officers say they do not have a positive description of the men except that one of them had dreadlocks.

The incident was not caught on surveillance video, but officers say they have several leads they are following.


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