A Greenville Bojangles was the fourth fast food restaurant in Pitt County that was the scene of robbery or attempted robbery in the last six days. Authorities have yet to say if they are connected.
Police are still looking for two men who robbed the Bojangles on South Memorial Drive. Officers say the masked men both had handguns. They say they came into the lobby of the restaurant about 7:45 p.m. and demanded money- then one man jumped the counter and asked the manager to open the safe. The manager didn't get the safe open, but the suspect got away with money from the register and ran toward the Westhaven subdivision. Police say 7 employees were inside at the time, but no one was injured
Greenville police say last Thursday night there was an attempted robbery at the Popeye's restaurant also on South Memorial Drive.The next day police say the KFC/Long John Silvers on Greenville Boulevard was robbed. On Monday night the Bojangles in Farmville off of Highway 264 was robbed at gunpoint at around 9:30... Surveillance photos show all three were wearing masks and were armed.
No arrests have been made in any of the four armed robberies under investigation. Greenville police did arrest four armed robbery suspects Sunday after a hold up at the Food Lion on East Tenth St.
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