WATCH: Round Rock police release video showing armed robbery at Hopdoddy Burger Bar


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Two people robbed a Hopdoddy Burger Bar in Round Rock on Thursday, police said.

There were no customers in the restaurant at the time of the incident, police said.

10:15 a.m. update: Video surveillance footage released by Round Rock police shows a brazen armed robbery by two people last week at Hopdoddy Burger Bar.

The footage shows a person wearing an orange ski mask holding a gun and entering an office at the restaurant. Another person wearing a black hoodie grabs an employee from behind and holds her as the accomplice removes items from a safe.

Police are asking anyone with information on the robbery to contact Det. Shawn Scott at 512-801-4631 or sscott@roundrocktexas.gov.

Earlier: Round Rock police are searching for two people who authorities say robbed Hopdoddy Burger Bar on Thursday.

The armed robbery happened at 11 p.m. Thursday at the restaurant at 2600 Hoppe Trail in Round Rock, said police spokesman Nick Olivier. There were no injuries, he said. There were also no customers in the restaurant when the robbery happened, he said.

READ: Man accused of robbing federal credit union in Round Rock

Anyone with information is asked to call Round Rock Police Det. Shawn Scott at 512-801-4631 or submit anonymous tips at bit.ly/2EBl09G.

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