Claymont McDonald’s Robbed At Gunpoint

Claymont – Delaware State Police are currently investigating the armed robbery of a McDonald’s restaurant that occurred last night in Claymont, according to Master Corporal Jeffrey R. Hale.

mcdonalds-pikeHale said that the incident occurred at approximately 8:21 p.m., Sunday, November 27, 2016, as three male suspects entered the McDonald’s restaurant located at 2702 Philadelphia Pike in Claymont.

One of the suspects, who was armed with a handgun, vaulted the sales counter and confronted a female employee, while the other two suspects, who were also armed, walked behind the sales counter and confronted a male employee, said Hale.

The suspects then demanded cash from the registers. The employees complied with the suspect’s demands and turned over an undisclosed amount of money to them . All three suspects then exited the restaurant and fled the area on foot with a fourth subject. There were no injuries.

The first suspect who vaulted the counter was described as a black male. He was 5’06”-5’11” tall, weighed 150-170 lbs., and was dressed in all dark clothing. He also had his face partially covered with a cloth.

The second and third suspects were also black males. They were both 5’05”-5’07” tall, had thin builds, and were dressed in dark clothing.

There was no physical or clothing description available for the fourth suspect.

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