Two robbers armed with handguns allegedly entered Café Bonaparte on Monday night. No shots were fired, but an employee was injured.
Two robbers armed with handguns allegedly entered Café Bonaparte on Monday night. No shots were fired, but an employee was injured.

An armed robbery occurred Monday at 11:41 p.m. at Café Bonaparte on the 1500 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW, according to Alfred Corbin, the street operations manager of the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

Two suspects entered Café Bonaparte with guns and pushed an employee down the stairs, who is now in The George Washington University Hospital without serious injury, according to James Duggan, a friend of the victim. No shots were fired.

At press time, MPD was investigating the scene inside Café Bonaparte.

There were at least five emergency vehicles surrounding the 3300 block of P Street just before 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. At least seven officers from the Metropolitan Police Department were searching multiple houses, accompanied by several police dogs. MPD was unable to confirm if this police activity was related to the armed robbery.

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