Video shows an armed robber at Philadelphia McDonald’s who yanks cash registers out of drive-thru window.

Surveillance video from a McDonald's in Philadelphia shows an armed suspect yank a cash register through the drive-thru window earlier this month during a robbery.

Authorities say a suspect in a robbery is wanted by Philadelphia. He allegedly pointed a gun at a McDonald’s employee and pulled a cash register through the drive-thru window.

According to the Philadelphia Police Department, the incident occurred just before 3:00 a.m. on November 4th at McDonald’s on 4163 Whitaker Avenue.

According to police, a red SUV carrying four people was seen ordering at the drive-thru. They then approached the window to get their food.

The man sitting behind the driver pointed a gun at the McDonald’s worker, and demanded that he pay him.



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Unknown suspect reached out to the McDonald’s drive-thru window, and pointed a gun at a worker. (Philadelphia Police Department).

Police released surveillance footage from inside the restaurant that showed the employee moving away from the window while the suspect pointed the gun. The suspect then grabs the cash register and reaches through the glass.

While holding the worker under gunpoint, the suspect stated that he would “Give me money”. (Philadelphia Police Departmentmen)

The SUV’s four suspects fled with undetermined amounts of cash in the register.



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The suspect pulled the cash register out of the drive-thru window, and then fled along with three others in a red SUV. (Philadelphia Police Department).

No injuries were reported and there have been no arrests.




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The Philadelphia Police Department was contacted by authorities to get more information on the armed robbery.

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