DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A shocking armed robbery at a Dayton drive thru was caught on tape.
Dayton police are ready to pay for your tip that brings the robbers to justice.
On July 29 around 12:30 am, two suspects armed with guns entered a drive through in the 1700 block of North Gettysburg Avenue.
Once inside, they ordered the employees to the ground and took money from the register.
The first suspect is described as 5'9", 150 pounds, with a deep voice. He was wearing a bandana, dark colored shirt and jeans, as well as a dark knit cap that had a snowflake design on it.
The second suspect is described as 5'7", 200 pounds and was wearing a dark colored sweatshirt with a hood.
Both had bandanas covering their faces.
Employees did get a look at the getaway car. They described it as a newer model black two door car similar to a Chevy Impala.
Call Crime Stoppers at 222-7867 if you know anything about the crime.
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