CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Surveillance footage was released from the Friday night Subway robbery on Memphis Avenue in Cleveland.
A 17-year-old Subway employee was shot during the robbery Friday night and has been released from the hospital.
Her parents said she is recovering well at home, but described her as being "shaken up" after the incident.
She was treated at MetroHealth Medical Center with a gunshot wound to her arm.
According to a Cleveland Police spokesperson, two men with masks entered the sandwich shop around 9 p.m. One had a large revolver and the other had what appeared to be an AR-15. The suspects demanded money and took one employee to the back to get more cash. The suspect with the revolver shot the teenage girl.
A 40-year-old woman who was in the store was also robbed of her purse.
Toye Smith stopped inside the restaurant and said she's shocked about the incident.
"Robbing the place is one thing, but when they start shooting people, they just have no thought or no care and no heart for shooting a young girl like that," Smith.
So far, no suspects have been arrested or identified, but police confirmed that they are reviewing surveillance video.
Anyone with information should contact Cleveland Police, or Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County at (216) 252-7463.