Man attempted to rob Brook Road Arby's in Henrico - Tucson News Now

Man attempted to rob Brook Road Arby's in Henrico

HENRICO, VA (WWBT) -

Henrico police say a man who attempted to rob the Arby's restaurant on Brook Road was spooked by a restaurant employee who started talking to him.

The attempted robbery happened at the restaurant in the 5200 block of Brook Road. Several employees were working inside the store when police said a man entered wielding a knife. The suspect ran off after one of the employees started talking to him. No one was hurt and nothing was taken from the restaurant.

Anyone with information about the attempted robbery can call Henrico Police at 804-501-5000.

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