Man 'literally scared to death' during robbery

Man 'literally scared to death' during robbery

Additional autopsy tests are also pending. It should be noted, Kneubuehl's death was not due to inflicted physical trauma.

Culver's spokesman Paul Pitas said the restaurant that was robbed and where Kneubuehl died will reopen Wednesday in the mid-to-late afternoon.

The owner has said she and her team need time to heal and get back to normal operations and therefore will not be addressing the public through the media about what happened early Tuesday morning.

The robbers made one of the workers search for the safe for about an hour, and then open it after it was discovered. The location is usually open from 10:00 a.m.to 12:00 a.m. on Wednesdays.

Fifty-six-year-old Christ Edward Kneubuehl was working on a remodeling project at the restaurant about 3 a.m. Tuesday when two armed and masked robbers entered the Culver's.

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While being held at gunpoint during a robbery, a 56-year-old contractor was "literally scared to death", police say.

"The first suspect is described as a black man in his 20's around 6'3" tall.

The death is under investigation by the city of Madison Police Department and the Dane County Medical Examiner's Office.

"An emergency of such a nature that people should ... have been able to call and do some basic self-help mechanisms when it became clear that this person was in significant distress", Madison Police Chief Mike Koval said.