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PTC cops seek 2 in Pizza Hut armed robbery

Peachtree City police are looking for two gunmen who robbed the Pizza Hut in Braelinn Village early Saturday morning.

The assailants, armed with medium-sized pistols, entered the unlocked rear delivery door to the restaurant on Crosstown Court, police said.

They held two employees at gunpoint until the safe was opened while forcing two other employees into the cooler area, police said.

The robbers got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and one of the employee’s cellphones, police said. It is not known if they left on foot or in a car, and there is no vehicle description available, police said.

The assailants, both described as black males, were armed with medium-sized pistols, police said.

According to police:
• One of the assailants was about six feet tall, a slender build, perhaps in his mid-20s, wearing a dark-colored shirt and dark pants. He also wore two bandanas on his head; the upper bandana was red with a paisley design and the bottom was blue with a paisley design.
• The other assailant was about 5’8” tall, also in his mid-20s, wearing a dark shirt and dark pants, and also a white and red-colored towel that was draped over his head.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the police department’s criminal investigations division at 770-631-2510 or the city’s crime and narcotics information hotline at 770-487-6010. Callers may remain anonymous.

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