Restaurant employee tied up, has car stolen in Harrison Twp. robbery

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Restaurant employee tied up, has car stolen in Harrison Twp. robbery

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

UPDATE @7:10 a.m.: A man called 911 and reported he has been tied up, hit with a crow bar and locked in a cooler during a break-in early Monday morning.

The man said he had been hit in the kneecap with the crow bar.

UPDATE @6 a.m. The owner of a restaurant where an employee was tied up during a robbery early Monday morning said nothing was stolen from her business.

The owner said when the employee got to work around 3 a.m., he was tied up while the two suspects attempted to get into the restaurant’s safe.

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Nothing was stolen from the restaurant.

The employee was taken to an area hospital. We’re working to learn more about his condition.

UPDATE @ 5:05 a.m: Two masked men fled with an employee's red Honda CR-V after robbing a restaurant in Harrison Twp. Monday morning.

The incident occurred at Burkey Family Restaurant just after 4 a.m., prompting police to respond.

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One employee was taken away on a stretcher by an ambulance.

Officials continue to investigate the details of the ordeal.

FIRST REPORT

Police are responding to a reported robbery at 670 Shiloh Springs Road in Harrison Twp. early Monday morning.

The incident occurred just after 4 a.m. at Burkey Family Restaurant.

Employees were tied up by individuals wearing masks, per initial reports.

We have a crew on the way to the scene and will update this page with more details.

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