in the store, a man and a woman, police said. The gunman allegedly
threatened the employees and then shut them in store's freezer.
The men took an undetermined amount of money from the cash register,
police said. They also took the male employee's wallet, which did not
contain any cash.
The Togos employees told police they waited to make sure the men were
gone before opening the freezer door and calling authorities.
The suspects did not lock the freezer door, police said.
Although, the men were reportedly wearing distinctive clothing, police
said there were no suspects. The employees told police the men wore all
black clothing and unusual headgear. One of the men had on a cap with a
hood over it and the other had a cap with a beanie on top.
"We've notified other agencies and we are investigating further," Lt.
Robert Giles said.