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Man still on the run after robbing a Waco Dairy Queen

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

The Dairy Queen on the 100 block of La Sallee Ave was robbed.

According to Waco police, a 6ft tall man entered the store with a gun pointed out. He had a towel wrapped around the gun. 

Seven customers were in the store at the time and the man told everyone to be quite. He then took the manager in the back of the store and demanded money from a closed safe.

After the manager gave him money, the man left and is still missing, police say. There were no injuries. 

 

 

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