Employees wrists, ankles bound during robbery at Manitowoc business
MANITOWOC, Wis. — Police say employees of a Manitowoc business were tied up and ordered into a storeroom by two robbers, one of whom was armed.
The business was robbed about 9 p.m. Sunday. Police have not yet identified the business. Authorities say an undisclosed number of workers had their wrists and ankles bound in a back storeroom. A customer helped free them.
Police say the two male robbers fled with cash and items from the business.
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