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Two Forced Into Indianapolis Restaurant Freezer

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Police say two workers were forced into a freezer during an armed robbery a fast-food restaurant in Indianapolis.
       Police tell Indianapolis television stations that officers are searching for two men who entered the Burger King restaurant on the city's west side about 5 a.m. Monday. Those men locked the breakfast-shift workers in the walk-in freezer but they were able to escape unharmed a short time later through another exit.
       The workers told police the men were wearing hooded sweatshirts and had their faces covered during the robbery.

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