Former employee arrested after tying up workers, robbing Broomfield restaurant

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(Photo: Heidi's Brooklyn Deli)

deli-robbersBROOMFIELD, Colo. — A former Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli employee and his accomplice were arrested Monday after police say they tied up two of the deli’s employees and robbed them at gunpoint.

Broomfield police received a call that Heidi’s Deli at 1170 and Highway 287 had been robbed at gunpoint just before 8 p.m. Saturday.

Officers discovered that two suspects wearing masks entered the restaurant, tied up two employees at gunpoint and fled with an unknown amount of cash.

Police later arrested 18-year-old Raymond Garcia, who used to work at Heidi’s Deli, and 18-year-old William Zensen for aggravated robbery, second-degree kidnapping, menacing, theft and conspiracy.

Both are being held at the Broomfield Detention Facility on $100,000 bond.

They are scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 1.



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