Sugar Land police are seeking help from the public to find two men who were captured on surveillance video as they robbed a McDonald's restaurant by threatening to harm employees with knives.
The robbery took place on April 11 at the restaurant on State Highway 6 near Williams Trace Boulevard.
The two men entered the front door after the restaurant closed at 1:30 a.m. They showed the employees their knives and forced two of them into an office where they demanded money that was secured inside a safe.
Because the manager was not able to open the safe, the two men left the restaurant with a small amount of money from a cash drawer.
A third employee hid in a refrigerator while the robbery took place.
Sugar Land police describe the two men as Hispanic or black and in their 20s. One of them stood at a height of between 5-feet 5-inches and 5-feet 7-inches tall and had a bald or shaven head. He wore a dark gray t-shirt, sunglasses, dark gray jean shorts and a bandana over his face.
The other robber stood at a height of between 5-feet 10-inches and 6-feet tall. He wore black pants, a long-sleeve black shirt with a yellow Batman logo and a hood on the back, a black hat, a light-colored bandana over his face and sunglasses.
Both men were seen leaving in a black Chevrolet pickup truck.
Anyone with information should call the Sugar Land Police Department by phone at 281-275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-8477 (TIPS).