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2 armed men rob donut shop and drag owner as he tried to get away: employee
Dickinson, Texas
   
 
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DICKINSON, Texas  -- An employee at a donut shop in Dickinson says she and the owner were robbed at gunpoint Saturday morning.

It happened at the Mr. Donuts & Kolaches shop on Highway 3 and 23rd Street at around 5:30 a.m.

Krystal Martinez told ABC13 Eyewitness News two armed men came in and began demanding money.

She says the owner, Seng Hourt, ran out the back of the building when one of the suspects snatched him, and dragged him back into the shop.

Hourt was pistol-whipped, while Martinez was shoved.

She says the suspects got away with cash from the register, their cell phones and $300 from her wallet.

"He took all kinds of stuff," she said.

Martinez describes the alleged robbers as two black males who fled on foot.


Comments:
And they wonder why!!
Posted by Ed at 7/14/2019 11:26:00 AM

Someone please tell ABC and similar stations to stop putting hot exciting soundtracks underneath these crime videos.

THEY ARE GLORIFYING CRIMINALS.

Posted by jf at 7/17/2019 10:54:11 AM

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