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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Police from Oklahoma City and Moore have teamed up to find a gunman who robbed and terrified workers at two pizza stores late Tuesday night.

The robber first struck at 11:45 p.m. at a Domino's Pizza in the 9300 block of South Western. Pizza workers say a man rushed into the store with a gun in his hand. He was wearing a mask and gloves.

The robber pointed the gun at employees and ordered them to the back of the store. He then forced them to the ground and duct taped their hands together.

"[He] took all the cash that was in the store then left out the back door," Oklahoma City Police Lt. Jeff Cooper said.

Police say just 15 minutes later, the same robber struck again at a Papa John's Pizza at N.W. 12th Street and Janeaway in Moore. Once again, the employees were held up at gunpoint and duct taped together before the robber stole cash from the store.

Police in both cities say they have very little suspect information because the robber was wearing a mask and gloves.