Downtown restaurant robbed at gunpoint

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Police are searching for two suspects who allegedly got away with more than $2,000 in an armed robbery of the Rock Bottom Brewery in downtown Indianapolis. Employees say a female in her early 20s entered through the still-open front door about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday and opened a locked back door for a male accomplice. The restaurant manager told police the suspect, a young man with a tattoo on his neck, showed a silver handgun and demanded money. Before fleeing the scene, the man ripped a phone off the wall and told the manager to get on the floor.

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