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By Sarah Baldwin - bio | email

August 7, 2008

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - There was an armed robbery at the Dairy Queen in Thomasville Wednesday night.   Two men with guns robbed employees as they were getting ready to close just after 10.

They put guns to the two employees' heads and forced them to lie on the ground and give them the night deposit bag.   

General Manager, Michael Anderson arrived a short time later.  "Like I told them when I got here, money I can replace, I can't replace you as a person. Especially, the female she has a kid, the guy he has a family. As long as they can go talk to their families today I'm fine." 

The suspects ran from the store. So far, police haven't caught them.

 

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