By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are searching for four suspects wanted in an armed robbery at a Germantown Dunkin Donuts. The armed robbery happened on Dec. 14 at the Dunkin Donuts on the 5700 block of Wayne Avenue, around 9:30 p.m.

Police say the four suspects entered the Dunkin Donuts and a suspect armed with a gun pointed it at an employee, demanding they open the cash register. Other employees were taken to the back of the store and after a brief struggle, one of the employees was able to flee through the rear exit.

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The suspects fled on foot towards Price Street with approximately $100.

Three of the four suspects are believed to be in their mid-to-late teens.

The suspect who was armed with a semi-automatic handgun is described as a African American male with medium complexion, thin build, wearing a dark-colored hooded jacket with an unknown logo on the left sleeve, a royal blue mask, dark-colored shorts with white stripes on both legs, over dark-colored sweatpants.

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A second suspect is described as a African American male, thin build, wearing a dark-colored bubble-style jacket, pants and sneakers and green surgical gloves.

A third suspect is said to be an African American man or female, thin build, wearing a dark-colored blue-hooded jacket with fur, a gray knit hat, blue denim-style jeans, black sneakers and wearing green surgical gloves.

The last suspect is said to be an African American male, with stocky build, wearing a dark-colored hooded jacket, a gray scarf covering his face, dark-colored pants and boots, and green surgical gloves.

No shots were fired and no one was injured during the incident.

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If you have any information regarding this incident, contact the Northwest Detective Division at 215-686-3353.