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Audio features Subway store robbers

Subway robbery

Spokane police released an audio recording today of a recent robbery at a northwest Spokane Subway store in hopes someone will recognize the voices of the two robbers.

The men held an employee of the store at 1103 W. Northwest Blvd. at knife point about 10:30 p.m. Oct. 22, before fleeing with an undisclosed about of cash, police said.

The men can be heard telling employees to lay down as one employee says, "That's all there is, man. It's too late. Dude, I can't get nothing out. Swear to God."

An apparent struggle between the employees and robbers also can be heard.

Included in the recording is an employee telling 911 he'd been attacked with a mop bucket .

The robbers were described as black, of medium build, between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet tall, wearing black sweatshirts with the hood pulled down over their faces.

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