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Otis L. Ramsey | Glen Ellyn police

Former employees charged with robbing Glen Ellyn Dunkin’ Donuts

SHARE Former employees charged with robbing Glen Ellyn Dunkin’ Donuts
SHARE Former employees charged with robbing Glen Ellyn Dunkin’ Donuts

A man and woman have been charged with robbing a Dunkin’ Donuts store they used to work at early Monday in west suburban Glen Ellyn.

Lauren M. Petty | Glen Ellyn police

Lauren M. Petty | Glen Ellyn police

Lauren M. Petty, 31, and Otis L. Ramsey, 46, are each charged with armed robbery, according to Glen Ellyn police.

Around 1 a.m. Petty and Ramseyconfronted an employee at the shop at 651 Roosevelt Rd. in Glen Ellyn and demanded money from the cash register, police said. Petty was armed with a pair of long scissors.

The employee escaped through the drive-up window, ran to a nearby business and called 911, police said. Ramsey accessed the register and took cash, and he and Petty fled the store.

They werefound in the parking lot of a nearby hotel and taken into custody, police said.

Petty and Ramsey, both of Glen Ellyn, were taken to the DuPage County Jail.

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