Yakima VFW adds security after armed robbery

YAKIMA, Wash. -- It's been less than three weeks since the Yakima VFW was robbed at gunpoint. Since then, the non-profit has upgraded security.

The building on South Fifth Avenue now has security cameras at every door. Managers also had peep holes installed in each door.

They tell us it wouldn't have been possible without volunteers and donations.

"Being able to see though the doors has made a big difference as far as coming in and out," said VFW Quarter Master Woody Webb. "We've had several good comments concerning our security systems."

Webb tells us his employees feel safer going in and out. He say's they've also changed policies, hours and rules for visitors.