Two Goodwill employees in Columbia were able to break free and call 911 after their hands were bound during a Tuesday morning robbery, according to a release.
Police said the two employees reported that three men entered through the back of the Goodwill Store, 9097 Snowden River Pkwy, Columbia, two with handguns and the other with a small knife.
The employees told police the men entered as the employees were preparing to open. The employees called police around 8:30 a.m., according to a release.
Officials said the men ordered the employees to open a safe, then the suspects took cash. The men then ordered the employees into a back room where their hands were bound, according to a release.
The employees freed themselves and called 911, police said. No one was injured.
Police released the following suspect descriptions:
· Suspect 1: black male, 5’10” tall, medium build, wearing a baseball hat, white t-shirt, khaki shorts, and white tennis shoes, armed with small knife
· Suspect 2: black male, wearing baseball hat, black hoodie, dark shoes, armed with handgun
· Suspect 3: black male, heavy build, wearing a hat, white t-shirt, khaki shorts, dark shoes, armed with handgun
Police are asking anyone with information to call 410-313-STOP. They may remain anonymous and will be eligible for a reward up to $500, according to a release.