An armed robber was still at large Thursday after holding up a Bryan Western Union.
Around 7:45 Thursday morning, a black man wearing a bandana on his face, wind breaker and baggy blue jeans pulled a gun on two employees at the Dunn Street location.
He fled with an undetermined amount of cash.
The two employees locked themselves in a back office until police arrived.
This isn't the first time that particular Western Union has been hit.
In May 2003, three men robbed the store, shooting a clerk in the leg before fleeing with wallets and money.
The heist turned into a shootout with police, with one of the robbers firing at a Bryan officer.
Two of the men are serving prison time, while the getaway driver is on probation.
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