Orlando police need help finding two men who robbed a Subway restaurant at gunpoint.
It happened early Thursday morning at 12:15 a.m. at the Subway at 1742 S. Orange Ave.
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Store security video shows the two masked men walk in, point guns at the clerk and direct him to the register.
The Subway location is open 24 hours, and workers said they normally feel safe because it's right near a fire station and a busy hospital. But after Wednesday night's bold robbery, not anymore.
"It's a scary situation to work on a late-night shift," said Jose Torres, who was supposed to work the late-night shift the day of the robbery but called in sick. "I'm freaked out. It could happen at any time. It could happen again tonight."
Torres worries the robbers might have been watching the store beforehand to learn exactly when to strike.
"It could be an everyday customer that comes in," said Torres. "It must have been watched. Somebody planned it and looked at the store to see that there was nobody in it, and that was their chance to run inside."
He now checks the door every time someone walks in and keeps an eye on the car they're driving.
"Now play a little safer. When it's a late-night shift, somebody walks in, I pay attention," said Torres. "Safety first. I'm not going to lose my life over a sandwich."
The robbers were in and out in about 15 seconds and left with about $128.
One robber was last seen wearing a black hoodie, sunglasses and a dark bandana over his face. The other robber was wearing a red and white hoodie, sunglasses and a white bandana over his face and gloves.