Officers responded to a report of a robbery at a business. Three suspects entered the occupied restaurant, ordered the customers and staff to empty their wallets. The three suspects fled with money and wallets from the customers, and money from the business till. All three suspects were possibly black males, thin builds, approximately 5'9"-6' tall, young adults and they were all armed with handguns. Two of the suspects were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts, and face coverings. One suspect was wearing grey sweatshirt.
Natomas Buzz did a little more reporting and added that the alleged crime occured at about 10:45 p.m. on Saturday night.
Pete's Restaurant & Brewhouse has additional locations in Midtown, Granite Bay, Folsom & El Dorado Hills.
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