Police were on the lookout Friday for three men who held up a Salt Lake City restaurant and bakery at gunpoint before tying up a lone employee and fleeing on foot.
Salt Lake City police Detective Dennis McGowan said the men walked into Panaderia Bonita, 165 E. 900 South, about 2 p.m. Thursday. While two of the men kept watch at the front door, the third pretended to order an item and then pointed a handgun at the employee.
"That suspect reached in the cash register and took the money. [They] tied up the clerk and then the three exited the business in an unknown direction," McGowan said.