Authorities continue to search for the man who robbed a Burger King at gunpoint Friday night.
The Grand Junction Police Department says it happened around 10:15 p.m. at the Burger King located at 1730 North Avenue.
Officers reported to an armed robbery where witnesses say a man showed a gun and then threatened them. The suspect was seen leaving the restaurant with cash in tow, but authorities are not sure in which direction.
The suspect is being described as a black male with dark colored clothing and a ski mask, over six feet tall with a muscular build.
The case remains under investigation at this time. Count on KKCO 11 News to bring you the latest information as it becomes available.
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