Subway robber struck employee in face

UPDATE @ 2 p.m. Feb. 8

A Subway employee was struck in the face after trying multiple times to stop an unidentified robber from getting away, Enon police said today in a release.

The robber walked into the store while employees were busy in the back; he went around the counter and took money out of an open safe drawer, according to the release.

An employee noticed what was happening and tried to stop the man, but the robber struck him in the face, which knocked his glasses off, and the robber got away, according to the release.

Police said the robber did not display a weapon. He was described as white, medium build, 5-feet-11 and weighing 180 to 210 pounds. He was last seen wearing a green hooded shirt, faded blue jeans, dark blue baseball cap and dark-colored work boots, according to the release.

To help identify and locate the robber, call Enon police at (937) 864-5577.

UPDATE @ 7 p.m. (Feb. 7)

A male entered the Subway, 13 N. Xenia Drive, and walked around the counter and took cash from the safe, according to Enon Police Lt. Mike Holler.

No customers were in the store at the time. The robber took an undetermined amount of cash.

Neighboring jurisdictions were notified to be on the lookout for a 1995 green Chevrolet, with license plate number EWB 4753, which was last seen heading east at a high rate of speed.

Holler said it’s unclear whether the robber threatened the employees with a weapon.


A business was robbed near the main intersection of Dayton Springfield Road and Xenia Drive in Enon.

Clark County deputies responded at approximately 6:19 p.m. on the report of a business being robbed.

We’re working to learn more and will provide updates as more information becomes available.

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