Gunman forces his way into restaurant's back door, robs employee
SAN ANTONIO - A man dressed in all-black clothing robbed a Jim's Restaurant early Tuesday morning after forcing his way inside.
According to investigators, the man forced his way in through the restaurant's back door at Loop 410 and Bandera Road at about 3:30 a.m.
He was wearing a black ski mask with the image of a skull on it.
He pointed a gun at the night manager and demanded money. He cleared out the restaurant's safe and reportedly took some of the manager's personal belongings. She was not hurt, but the robber got away in a small, dark-colored car.