There was a third man involved in the Monday morning McDonald's robbery, according to Abington Police.
At about 6:05 a.m. Monday, several men entered the McDonald’s Restaurant at 1663 Old York Road in Abington and announced a robbery, according to Abington Police.
At least one of the suspects was armed with a handgun.
One of the suspects remained in front of the store with the employees while the second suspect forced the manager to open the safe. A third man stayed by the front door and only briefly entered the restaurant, according to police.
No shots were fired and no one was injured. It is unknown how much cash was stolen.
“We don’t know if it’s an inside job but obviously [the suspects] were at least familiar with the restaurant’s operations," Abington Police Deputy Chief John Livingood said today.
The photos above and to the right are of suspect #2, who is being described as a black man, 6-feet tall, with a thin build, last seen wearing dark colored pants and a gray hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled up. He is wearing something white over his face, possibly a T-shirt. Note that the sweatshirt has some type of writing down the right arm and also has an unknown logo on the left chest.
Suspect #1 is being described as a black man, between 5-foot-8 and 6-feet tall, with a thin build, last seen wearing dark colored pants and a dark colored hooded sweatshirt with the hood up. According to employees he also had a black scarf or T-shirt covering his face. He was armed with a handgun.
Suspect #3 is being described as a black man with a thin build. He was last seen wearing dark colored pants and a dark colored hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled up. He is also wearing dark colored sneakers with white colored trim.
The suspects fled on foot toward Chester Avenue.
Abington Police are seeking the identity of these three people and anyone with information is requested to call Abington Police at 267-536-1100 and select #4 for Detectives. The assigned Detective is Ed Quinn and his direct dial number is 267-536-1103. Anonymous information is welcomed and can be left on our tip line at 1-877-APD-TIPS.