Texas Burrito one of the last places robbed at gunpoint. Wednesday, an employee of the restaurant said a rifle was pointed at her.
The employee who asked to remain anonymous said shee saw her life flash.
"All thought was my babies, my two babies you know they need me, I'm here, what if they shoot me or kill me just over $50 or $60," the employee said.
She saw two black young men with skull masks on walk towards the building.
"As soon as they came in, I just put my head down because I knew what they were going to do."
She remembers one of the men put a gun to her coworkers neck.
"The taller one put the gun to my head demanding money."
She immediately followed their orders.
"I told him, okay alright baby I'll give you the money, just calm down, don't do anything crazy."
She said the man tossed her a blue Ziploc bag with the gun still aimed at her head.
"Told me to put all the money in it which I did which was no more than $50 or $60."
Then, the suspect asked her to open the second cash register.
"That's when he hit me with his gun in the back of my head and told me to hurry up and I told him that I couldn't."
Within seconds, she said the two men left. Adolofo Hernandez, the owner of Texas Burrito, said he had no idea the robbery was going on.
"We didn't even notice until they come out running and crying about what happened," Hernandez said.
He said the policy at the restaurant is simple.
"If somebody comes just give them what you got, don't get into trouble, just give them what you got," Hernandez said,
"It's scary, it could happen to anybody never in a million years would I have thought it would have been me," the employee said.
Ever since that day, the employee said her life has changed.
"I'm jumpy, I'm paranoid. I'm not the same. Please be safe, be alert, have your eyes open and I know everybody's thinking 'oh it will never be me, oh it won't be me,' but it could."
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