BURBANK (CBS) — One of two suspects in an armed robbery outside a Carl’s Jr. restaurant in Burbank remained at large Friday, police reported.

The robbery occurred outside the eatery in the 1300 block of North San Fernando Boulevard about 3:30 p.m. Thursday, said Burbank police Officer Joshua Kendrick.

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The victims told police that they were eating inside their car when they were approached by two men, one of whom went to the driver’s side door, produced a handgun and asked the driver if he wanted to die, Kendrick said.

The victims then handed over their personal property, including their wallets and cell phones.

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According to Kendrick, the suspects then ran to a nearby car and fled.

A short time later, the California Highway Patrol spotted the getaway car, which turned out to be stolen and authorities apprehended one suspect.

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