The 911 call made from Shirl's Drive-in to the Kenosha dispatch center has been released, with the callers talking to dispatchers while Sunday night's deadly hold-up was still in progress.
The first voice on the tape is that of the manager of the custard stand, who calmly tells the dispatcher that he's been shot in the back and that the robbery is still in progress. He then hands the phone to a female employee, who tries to describe one of the suspects.
The manager then takes back the phone and tells the dispatcher than another employee has been shot, although he doesn't know his condition.
That employee has been identified as 18-year-old Robert Wilde of Kenosha. He was pronounced dead a short while later. The store manager was treated and released from the hospital.
Kenosha Police continue to search for the two male Hispanic suspects. An intensive search on Sunday night, which included dogs and a helicopter, failed to turn up the offenders.