Robbers tied up security officer, stole store safe, Orange County deputies say

3 sought in Osh Kosh B Gosh robbery

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A 76-year-old security officer was tied up during a robbery at an under construction Osh Kosh B Gosh store and the gunmen are still on the loose, according to Orange County deputies.

Deputies said the robbery occurred at the store on State Road 535 overnight on Tuesday. The security guard was standing at the back door when he was approached by three men, one carrying a long gun, according to the report.

The victim was then thrown on the concrete and had his wrists tied and eyes taped. Deputies said the culprits took his cellphone and approached two other victims working inside of the store, taping their feet before stealing the safe.

The safe had an undisclosed amount of cash, along with other items.

The victims were unable to give descriptions of all three of the culprits. One was described as a dark complexion male, 6 feet tall and 180 pounds wearing dark grey or black clothing, black boots, a skeleton mask, deputies said.

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