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Two thieves who took more than $500 from a Little Rock fast-food restaurant's safe used a key to enter the business, authorities said.

Officers were called shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday to the Church's Chicken at 1401 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, where a 51-year-old employee told them the location was broken into overnight. The eatery is near Arkansas Children's Hospital.

According to a report from the city's Police Department, surveillance video show the pair using a key to enter the restaurant's back door. The worker told authorities that one of the burglars "knew where the safe key was hidden" and used it to open the safe.

After grabbing the cash, the thief put the drawers back in the safe before re-locking it and replacing the key, the footage reportedly shows.

The report listed $568.75 as taken.

No suspects were named and no arrests had been made at the time of the report.

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