“It was planned out,” Police searching for suspects who robbed Oklahoma City restaurant at gunpoint

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Church's Chicken on the city's southwest side.

"It was planned out. They had a purpose when they went in there," MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said. "They all came in with guns drawn, walked in very quickly, very aggressively. There was no waiting at this point."

All three suspects were hooded and wearing bandannas over their faces when they walked into the Church's Chicken near S.W. 29th St. and Walker.

Fortunately, surveillance cameras captured the incident.

The footage shows the suspects rush toward the counter, point a gun at the clerk and demand cash. They also tried to kick in the office door before making a quick getaway.

"Excellent video of them. The problem is they are wearing masks," Knight said.

That's why police will take any help they can get.

"We're hoping somebody out there will recognize them through either the way they move, the clothes they have on, things such as that," Knight said.

If you can help, call CrimeStoppers at (405) 235-7300.

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