MIAMI (AP) -- Police say two men walked into a South Florida restaurant, ate their meals and then robbed four fellow diners.
Miami police say the two suspects walked into the Honduran restaurant Thursday afternoon. When they finished eating, they stood up, approached four patrons who were eating and demanded money and valuables.
Authorities say one of the suspects fired his weapon into the ground during a struggle with one of the victims.
Eventually the victims handed over their belongs and police say the suspects fled in a grey or silver four-door Chevy Impala.
Miami Police say the men were captured on surveillance video from a nearby business.
We need help identifying the two pictured men who robbed the Típico on the Renyo Rest, 3002 NW 7 Ave, on 8/3 at 3:15p.m. pic.twitter.com/k27gfnjNRV
— Miami PD (@MiamiPD) August 4, 2017