The employee told police one of the men ordered him to open the cash drawer and give him the money. The employee said he handed over the cash but did not know exactly how much was in the drawer, the report said.
The two men ran south on Crescent Avenue.
The employee described one of the men as about 6 feet tall and younger, wearing a brown Carhartt jacket, dark hooded sweat shirt and mask over the bottom half of his face. The other man was wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt, the employee told police.
A second employee of the gas station gave police a similar account of the robbery, adding that the men were wearing blue jeans.
Officer Raquel Foster, a spokeswoman for the police department, said Wednesday that police have made no arrests in the robbery.
According to the report, an Allen County police dog tracked the men south to the 1600 block of Crescent Avenue but did not find the men or any evidence.
Foster said last week that police have begun to see an upswing in robberies this fall – an increase that often accompanies the holiday season. In a single day last week, three robberies were reported at northeast Fort Wayne businesses: One at a Georgetown bank, one at a Georgetown dollar store and another at a grocery on St. Joseph Boulevard.
Fort Wayne police divide the city into four quadrants: northeast, northwest, southeast and southwest.