CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) -- Robbers in Chattanooga have used a device intended for police use in two holdups.
In both incidents, two men held up fast-food restaurants Tuesday night, threatening employees with an electric stun gun.
In the first incident at a Captain D's seafood store, an employee was stung with the weapon. About a half-hour later, a Popeye's location was robbed with one of two robbers holding a stun device.
There were no immediate arrests.
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