Police investigate armed robbery at Arooga’s

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Police are searching for two armed men who robbed a restaurant/bar in Cumberland County on Saturday morning.

It happened around 2:50 a.m. at Arooga’s located at 1300 Camp Hill Bypass in East Pennsboro Township. Police say the  restaurant was closed for the night, but staff  were still inside cleaning up when the robbers barged in.

According to police reports, the masked robbers entered through an unlocked back door and confronted 10 people who were inside.

The suspects forced everyone into the dining room and demanded cash, cell phones and jewelery.  An employee was taken into the office where they were forced to hand over the restaurants money, police said.

The robbers fled from the scene with an unknown amount of cash and personal items.

No one was injured during the robbery.

Description of suspects:

Two males (unknown race). Both wearing hoodies with facial masks.

Suspect 1: medium height and build and

Suspect 2:  larger, over six feet tall, and heavy set.

Police say they are currently reviewing surveillance video of the crime.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 717-732-3633.

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