Philadelphia Police are searching for the men who robbed a Dunkin Donuts on Saturday afternoon.
Police say the suspects entered the store on E. Waddsworth Avenue in the Cedarbrook section of the city around 2:00 p.m. Authorities are now reviewing surveillance video of the robbery.
The manager of the shop tells NBC10 that two of the men entered first and pretended to be customers. A third man followed with a gun and ordered all the customers to the ground, the manager said.
There were about 5 customers in the shop at the time of the robbery.
After grabbing the cash, the robbers jumped into a getaway car. Police say they made off with about $2,000 dollars.
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