Two armed robbers left Wauwatosa Subway employees fearing for their lives in a mid-day heist last Thursday.
A police report describes an incident that one employee said lasted no more than 30 seconds.
The men entered the store at 6733 W. North Ave. about 1:30 p.m. One suspect pointed what appeared to be a silver, semi-automatic handgun at the manager and said, “Open the drawer and put all the money in this bag. Don’t make it obvious or you will get shot.”
Meanwhile, the second suspect went into a back room and took three employees’ purses from a hook.
The gunman then demanded access to the safe, though based on the report it appears he walked out without that second bag of money.
Employees described the gunman as a black male in his early 20s, about 6 feet tall with a thin build. He was wearing a green Aaron Rodgers Packers jersey and a Packers baseball cap.
The second suspect is about 6 feet, 2 inches, a thin black male in his early 20s. Employees told police he had shoulder-length dreadlocks and wore a gray, long-sleeve T-shirt with “Packers” on the front. He also had a gray baseball cap, blue jeans and a white nylon backpack.
The amount stolen was redacted from the police report.