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Bandits hold up city Burger King

Two men robbed a Burger King on Wednesday night and locked three employees in a walk-in freezer, Fort Wayne police said.

Police were called to the restaurant at 2511 Spy Run Ave. shortly before 9 p.m., and when officers arrived, they found the employees in the freezer, a report stated.

Police learned the two robbers had ordered the restaurant manager to open the registers, and they forced the manager and two other employees into the freezer, the report said.

After the robbers left with an undisclosed amount of cash, a holdup alarm was tripped, alerting authorities, the report stated.