Officers with the Wilmington Police Department responded Wednesday morning to an armed robbery on Oleander Drive, at the Checkers near Food Lion.
According to the Wilmington Police Department, officers responded to the Food Lion on Oleander Drive around 1:05 a.m. Wednesday and found six construction workers that had been robbed.
After working at Food Lion, the crew stopped by Checkers for food, when they were approached by several suspects.
The suspects displayed a gun and took an undisclosed amount from the victims, before fleeing on foot.
A K9 unit attempted to track the suspects; however they were unable to locate them.
The victims described the suspects as 14 or 15-year-olds.
There are no reports of any injuries to the victims.
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