INDIANA - Two fast-food workers were locked in a freezer during a robbery at a Burger King on the city's west side, dispatchers said.
The robbery was reported just after 5 a.m. in the 5100 block of West Washington Street.
Police did not say how long the workers were locked in the freezer, but they were able get out unharmed.
Few details were released about what was taken from the restaurant or if police had any leads in the case.
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