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Robbers hit Salt Lake McDonald's



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SALT LAKE CITY - Two masked gunmen robbed a McDonald's in Salt Lake City Thursday night.

Investigators say just before midnight, two men wearing dark clothes and masked with black bandannas barged into the restaurant at 2300 E. 2100 South as employees were leaving. The robbers pulled out a gun and forced employees inside to get cash.

Lt. James Tracy of the Salt Lake City Police Department said, "They were obviously scared. They complied. They gave the suspects what they wanted and no one was actually hurt."

The suspects also took some personal items from the employees then fled.

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