An employee at the Oceanic Restaurant was robbed at gun point Monday.
According to Capt. Paul Burdette with the Wrightsville Police Department, a male employee was robbed by an unknown suspect around 9 p.m.
The suspect approached the employee while outside in the parking lot. He was reportedly hiding in some bushes before pulling out a revolver, demanding the employee's wallet and running away.
WBPD officers and Wilmington Police K-9 officers responded to the incident, but the dogs could not pick up the scent due to the wind.
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