Two suspects seemed to have a plan to rob the restaurant and were dressed for the occasion.
It really does seem like a plot from a movie and when you see the two men walk into the picture from the surveillance video.
The surveillance video from Enchilada Express shows two men dressed in camouflage and ski masks as they entered the back door of the restaurant and pointed a gun at an employee in the back of the business at about 10:30 p.m.
The owner says there was only one employee in the store at the time because the others had gone out to make last minute deliveries.
"Our last driver that took off noticed two individuals standing about 25 feet away in the alley," said owner Chris Norton.
That's when the two suspects armed with shotguns came in and directed the employee to put money in a bag.
"They were all dressed in boots, camo pants, jackets and gloves and ski mask. So to me they looked like army people," said Norton.
With industrial zip-ties, they restrained the employee.
The owner of Enchilada Express says they've been at the Leggett and South Seventh location for 15 months now.
He says he is thankful no one was hurt and that he and his employees will try to learn from this experience while police look for suspects.
The owner said when one of his drivers saw the two men standing in the alley they did not think anything of it because there are always people in that area walking around at night.