Authorities are investigating a robbery at a Leavenworth sandwich shop, a police spokesman said.

Authorities are investigating a robbery at a Leavenworth sandwich shop, a police spokesman said.

The robbery was reported at 9:01 p.m. Friday at Subway, 301 Cheyenne St.

The suspect reportedly entered the business and ordered a sandwich. While an employee’s back was turned, the suspect reportedly jumped over the counter and ordered the employee to lie on the floor. The suspect took about $200 from a register before fleeing the restaurant, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the Leavenworth Police Department.

No injuries were reported. The suspect never displayed a weapon during the incident.

The suspect is described as a black man who is in his 40s. He wore a black leather jacket, tan cargo pants and a gray beanie cap. He also wore eyeglasses.

“We’re still looking for him,” Nicodemus said.

He said police are checking on whether security camera video of the robbery is available.

People who have information about the robbery can contact the Leavenworth Police Department at 913-651-2260. People also can provide anonymous tips by calling the Police Department’s clue hotline at 913-682-CLUE, or 682-2583.

Another Subway restaurant in Leavenworth was robbed last month. The Oct. 17 robbery took place at a Subway located at 1700 10th Ave.

During the earlier robbery, a woman reportedly displayed a handgun and took about $60.