DEVELOPING: RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE TIED DOWN AS SUSPECT STEALS CAR, CASH IN BROOKWOOD
A restaurant worker was held at gunpoint and tied down in Brookwood on July 20.
It happened at La Casa Crimson just before 10:30 p.m. where police chief Jimmy Sellers said a worker was followed inside by an unknown male suspect and held at gunpoint. Sellers said the suspect then bound the victim’s hands and feet together, stole cash from the register, then ran off in the victim’s vehicle, a 1983 white Chevrolet C-10.
Anyone with information on this crime should contact the sheriff’s office at 205-752-0616.