A manager of the former Pacific CrabHouse in Maumee testified today that she didn t get a description of the two men who robbed the restaurant at gunpoint in 1995.
Andrea Wilhelm, testifying in the aggravated murder trial of Chris Cathcart, told the jury that she and other employees were held at gunpoint on the floor of the bar.
Mrs. Wilhelm told assistant prosecutor Timothy Braun that she was ``too scared to get a good look at the men, who entered into the restaurant through a back door. She said she opened the safe in the office for one of the robber, giving him the $15,000 to $20,000 in proceeds from the weekend.
Larry Loose, a dishwasher, was fatally shot during the robbery on April 30, 1995.
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