DC diner robbed for a second time

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Metropolitan Police Department reported that the Steak & Egg Diner on Wisconsin Avenue was robbed at gunpoint on Monday morning. Police say that this is the second time that the establishment has been robbed in less than a month.

The incident occurred in the 4700 block of Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest. Police say that two suspects entered the establishment. One suspect brandished a weapon, while the other suspect stole money from the register. The suspects are described as two black males. One was wearing green camouflage and the other was described as wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.

Police say that the establishment was robbed on September 27, 2016. At this time, it’s not clear if the two robberies are related.

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