Subway at Greenbrier Plaza in Bel Air robbed at gunpoint Wednesday

An armed man robbed Subway restaurant at Greenbrier Shopping Center in Bel Air on Wednesday night, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said Thursday.

Two employees told police they were preparing to close the business, in the 200 block of Brierhill Drive, just before 9:30 p.m. when they heard a customer enter the store, according to the Sheriff's Office police report of the robbery.

One of the employees was bent over cleaning, and when he stood up, he saw the man with a gun.

The robber was wearing a gray, hooded zip-up sweat shirt with the hood pulled up over his head and had a black bandanna covering the lower half of his face, according to the report.

The employee called out the name of the other employee, so she would make her presence known.

The robber was given money, which he took before fleeing toward Brierhill Drive and the Seasons apartments, according to the report.

The robber was also described as wearing lighter-colored jeans, being about 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing about 140 pounds and having a thin build and pale white skin. He may have brown or blond hair, the report states.

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