Jan 6, 2014 10:45 PM by By Keele Smith - KBZK News
Bozeman Police say a man fired a gun inside Domino's Pizza when he robbed the restaurant Sunday night.
No one was hurt, but police still have not found the suspect.
Domino's Pizza on North Seventh Avenue was robbed at 11:08 Sunday night.
Police say at this point, they have no suspects.
"We're currently reviewing a lot of surveillance footage right now," Scott McCormick with the Bozeman Police Department said.
There are no suspects in spite of police arriving less than a minute after the robbery was reported.
"They described him as a male wearing a dark jacket, dark pants with a mask and a hood," McCormick said.
The suspect, wearing a mask, fired a shot near one of the two employees who were working, but no one was hurt.
"The mask was a clown mask, just kind of your standard clown, came in demanded money from the till," McCormick said. "The employee that was working at the time opened up the till, gave him money that was in there and the suspect then left."
Employees say he fled south but he eluded officers.
"We're canvassing the area, talking to other businesses trying to get any surveillance footage from around town," McCormick said.
"Unfortunately we really know a lot at this point so we're hoping somebody out there knows something and can give us a call."
Police are asking anyone with information to call the Bozeman Police Department or Crimestoppers.
This is the first armed robbery in 2014.
The last business robbery was at Price Rite Pharmacy on North Seventh on March 28th.