Cleveland police searching for suspects who held up Subway employees

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CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Division of Police is investigating an armed robbery at a local Subway Friday morning.

It happened at a sandwich shop in the 16900 block of Lakeshore Boulevard at around 10 a.m., Friday.

Police say two suspects entered the store -- one of whom was armed with a weapon.

They held up employees and got away with an unknown amount of cash, police say.

No one was hurt.

The incident comes just weeks after a 17-year-old Subway employee was shot in the arm during a robbery at a Subway on Memphis Avenue in Cleveland.

Anyone with information should call the Cleveland Division of Police.

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