Happy's Pizza in Cleveland robbed twice in two days

Posted at 9:28 AM, Nov 30, 2016

Some Cleveland pizza shop workers are on edge after one of their locations was hit by robbers twice in two days. 

A worker at Happy's Pizza on West 25th Street said two guys, probably between the ages of 16 and 18, barged through the front door Tuesday night, both wearing masks over their faces. 

One pointed a fun while the other jumped over the counter.

They demanded money from the cash register and got away with about $100. 

An employee told News 5 that despite facing the barrel of a gun, he had no choice but the stay level-headed.

"They said give them all the money in the register, I gave them what was in the register," said Joe Eackelbary.

That was the second incident in just two days.

The same worker says on Monday night a man in his 20s high-jacked the register, again getting away with about $100. 

Employees say the store has surveillance cameras so it's only a matter of time before the criminals are identified and caught.