Two men may be responsible for robbing three Chesterfield McDonald's locations at gunpoint in the past month, according to Chesterfield Police.
The department released surveillance photos of the robberies Wednesday in the hopes they would be able to track down the suspects.
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Two of the stores were robbed early Monday morning, according to Chesterfield Police. Thieves hit the McDonald's on Hull Street Road near Turner Road around 1 a.m. armed with a handgun. They told a worker outside to get back in the restaurant, then ordered those inside to the ground. They manage to grab some cash and other items before running off.
Around 5 hours later the McDonald's on Willis Road near Jefferson Davis Highway was robbed. In that case, both men were armed with handguns. Workers outside were ordered to get back in. The suspects took a cell phone, but were not able to get any cash before leaving.
Police believe the two suspects also robbed the McDonald's on Hancock Village Street, near Hull Street and Winterpock roads, on August 9. The suspects were armed with a single long gun in that case. Once again, the robbery came in the middle of the night, around 1:30 a.m. The men took cash from the restaurant and items from the victims before running off.
No one was injured in any of the robberies. The suspects are described as black males, about 16-25 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 150 pounds. In each robbery, both men wore masks and gloves.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660.
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