It seemed like any other night for a Hollywood Dunkin' Donuts manager.
At the end of his shift, Nidal Jaber left the doughnut shop and was headed to the bank to drop off the day's earnings.
But he never made it there.
As Jaber pulled his Ford Expedition towards a stop sign, not far from the eatery, a well-dressed man, carrying a briefcase, approached his car.
The stranger asked the Jaber if he knew where the closest H&R Block was located. Jaber said no.
Just then, the man pulled out a gun and pointed it at Jaber, whose drivers side window was open. The man opened the car door and entered the vehicle.
At the same time, another man, wearing a white shirt, jeans and a baseball cap, opened the passenger side door and got in the SUV. He pointed another gun at Jaber.
The two gunmen demanded Jaber hand over a bag containing $7,000 from Dunkin' Donuts. They also took Jaber's money, his cell phone and the keys to his SUV.
The men then drove off in a red Ford car.
Jaber wasn't injured.