Customers were inside the restaurant while the man was demanding money. The restaurant became cashless after numerous robberies in the winter.
“A customer that was in here, went out, got his gun and came back in and chased him out,” Scaccia said. “At the same time, we have another customer holding a gun on him also.” Despite the close calls with bad people, Scaccia said it won’t deter her from doing her job.
Police were called, but the man has not been located. “We’re still going to keep working, still going to roll the burritos,” she said.
“We are really proud we have loyal customers that are willing to take care of us,” she said. Scaccia said the customers are regulars, who visit the restaurant about four times a week.
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