Domino's Pizza Assistant Manager Iva Randall was relieved," Nobody got hurt. It scared everybody, but nobody got hurt."
An attempted armed robbery occurred at Domino's Pizza in Chelsea Square.
Police Officer Butch Hurst says, "On the sixth of May at approximately 12:55 am, an unknown male entered the Domino's Pizza at 624 North Webb."
Randall adds, "A guy came in through our back door, because they were working on the close. He put a machete up to one of our driver's face and demanded him to come up to the front."
One Domino's worker fled the scene as the armed robber chased him allowing a second Domino's worker to escape and call the police.
Randall says, "With the assistant manager running out the back door, it distracted him to where he didn't get any money, nobody got hurt, and it all actually ended up going okay."
While this attempt failed, what exactly took place could help local business owners in the area if they learn from the incident. A similar robbery occurred at a Pump and Pantry convenience store on April 26th. When in that type of situation, Randall says it's important to follow instructions.
"Don't cause a delay with anything," she says, "if the robber tells you to do something, do it to protect you and your crew so that nobody gets hurt."