911 calls detail terrifying kidnapping of Arby's employees

911 calls from a robbery and kidnapping in Georgia capture the terrifying moments for two Arby's employees.

The manager and worker were closing the restaurant early Sunday morning when a robber held them at gunpoint, ordering them to open the safe and get on the floor.

The robber tied up the worker and entered the manager's car to make a phone call.

"Please come get me! I'm afraid they're going to drive by," the manager said to 911 dispatchers.

The manager hid as she waited for police and described the desperate man who told her he needed money: "He kept saying, 'Don't do anything stupid it's not your [...] money! I got a kid to take care of.'"

Despite her own fear, the manager asked again and again about the employee who was left tied up at Arby's. The dispatcher assured the manager her employee is ok, and on the line with another dispatcher.

"Oh my god I just saw my life flash in front of me," he said. "Oh my god, please don’t let this man come back and kill me."

The robber didn’t return. The employee and his manager were not hurt.

The robber got away with an undisclosed amount of money.