Employees at the Buffalo Wild Wings off Highway 9 were closing for the night when two men burst in with a gun.
Norman police say one of the two robbers was wearing a ski mask and that both of them broke in through the back of the restaurant.
News 9 talked with one employee who was inside the store, but did not want to go on camera for fear of losing his job. He says the robbers knew exactly where everything was and knew the back door was unlocked and that employees were still inside.
Both Norman police and the Cleveland County Sheriff's office confirm that Noble police got into a pursuit with the suspects along Etowah Road. And that there were several items of clothing found along that route that the suspects were tossing out of their car as they were fleeing.
Late Wednesday afternoon, the district manager of Buffalo Wild Wings sent us Facebook messages they obtained between a current and former employee, where the former employee wrote, "Hey its going down tonight. Is **** or **** closing?”
Right now we know police are investigating and questioning everyone who was involved.