Three men robbed the Center City Greyhound bus terminal at 10th and Filbert streets early this morning, netting over $18,500.
A female supervisor, 42, was approached by three armed men wearing dark clothing and ski masks around 2:50 a.m. and forced to a caged area, where she was ordered to page other workers over the loudspeaker to come to the same location. She was joined by two male employees, 64 and 19, and a female, 22.
The supervisor was taken by one of the armed men at gunpoint to the room with the safe and forced to open it. The man took approximately $3,000. The trio also made away with about $18,500 from the counter area. They fled out of the door by the break room leading to the parking lot, where they headed north, then east on the 1000 block of Arch Street.
No injuries were reported.
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