Police in Kings Mountain are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say robbed a Wendy's Monday morning.The incident was reported at 12:44 a.m. at the Wendy's on the 100 block of York Road, according to the Kings Mountain Police Department.Detectives say a man robbed the store at gunpoint and forced one of the employees to drive him to an unknown location where he ran away on foot.He took an unknown amount of money, police say.The employee was not injured and went back to the restaurant to talk with police.Police describe the man as a black male who is approximately 6'1'' in height with a medium skin tone.He was wearing a blue bandana around his face with dark clothing. Anyone with information is asked to call the Kings Mountain Police Department at 704-734-4575.
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