Armed Thieves Attack Family, Employees at Houston Restaurant

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Masked thugs carry out brazen robbery in broad daylight.

Diners and employees left traumatized after armed thieves targeted a restaurant in Houston this week, according to reports.

The harrowing incident unfolded at around 3:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon at The Blue Fish, a popular Japanese eatery in Texas’ largest city.

Two male suspects wearing hoodies entered the business before pulling on face masks of the type that became commonplace during the COVID crisis.

Surveillance footage of the brazen robbery was shared on social media.

At least one of the men pulled a firearm and they ordered employees to hand over valuables and lie on the floor.

The suspects approached a family of four with two young children, grabbing electronic devices and a wallet while demanding they also get on the ground.

“It was a table of four, two boys,” manager Kiet Hyunh told KHOU.

“They were having a great time. Once that happened it was horrible.”

An employee was then forced to open the safe at gunpoint.

“They ask her for more money and when she said that’s all she had, they thought she was lying. That’s when they slapped her,” Hyunh explained.

The victims eventually managed to flee via the front entrance and the suspects ran out the back.

Approximately $3,000 in cash and valuables were taken during the heist, KTRK reports.

Authorities are still working to identify and apprehended the suspects, according to the latest available updates at the time of this writing.

Infowars has been reporting on the surge of crime in many major U.S. cities.

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