Police are looking for the masked men who robbed a Target store in Dunwoody at gunpoint and tied up an employee.
The men pulled up to the Super Target at Perimeter Center in a white Honda Pilot just before the store closed at midnight, according to a police report obtained by AJC.com.
Police: Two men robbed Dunwoody Target employee at gunpoint. According to the report, it happened at closing. He was forced back inside to turn off the alarm and empty the safe for the robbers. What else the suspects did to the victim before leaving ... at noon on @WSBTVpic.twitter.com/Y4yy5sPpVO
According to police, the robbers are captured on surveillance video wearing masks and gloves and carrying handguns.
A worker who was leaving the building through the employee door after his shift told police the two men ran toward him and forced him back inside, the report said.
The masked men told the employee to cut off all of the alarms and forced him to go to the safe room at the back of the store. The men pointed a gun at him and ordered him to put money into bags that they supplied, according to the police report.
Then, the men zip-tied the employee’s hands behind his back and asked him how to get out of the store.
No one was hurt during the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dunwoody police.
Asia Simone Burns is a watchdog reporter for the AJC. Burns was formerly an intern in AJC’s newsroom and now writes about crime. She is a graduate of Samford University and has previously reported for NPR and WABE, Atlanta’s NPR member station.