Thunderbolt police are looking for two suspects who tried to rob a restaurant near Savannah State University. Shortly before 9:30pm last night, two men dressed in black with bandanas across their faces came into the Wings and Things restaurant on College Street.
One of the men grabbed the entire cash drawer from the register, but as they were making their way out of the store, the owner pulled a gun and began firing. The suspects dropped the cash drawer and ran.
The owner was able to recover most of the money.
Reported by: WTOC staff
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