Robbers targeted another fast food restaurant in Akron late Sunday night. Akron Police Lieutenant Rick Edwards says several teens robbed the Church's Chicken at 700 South Arlington around 11pm..
The employees reported as they were locking up the store at closing time, five suspects approached them in the parking lot and forced the workers back into the restaurant at gunpoint. The suspects, ranging in age from 13 to 18, then demanded money from the restaurant's safe and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
No one was hurt.
The suspects are described as five black males, ranging from 5' 6" to six feet tall, and weighing between 130 and 160 pounds.
A couple of men wanted more than chicken to go at a south Akron fast food restaurant Wednesday night.
Akron Police report that around 8:00 pm , the Church’s Chicken, at 700 South Arlington Street, was robbed at gunpoint.
Employees reported two males entered the restaurant, one suspect jumped on the counter and pulled out a handgun demanding money. The suspects fled westbound on Pardee Avenue with an unreported amount of money.
Lieutenant Rick Edwards says the suspects are two black males, 18 – 22 years old, 5’09” – 5’11”, 170 – 180 lbs., wearing black hooded sweatshirts and dark pants.
The suspects may have been in a newer, dark blue, Chevy Malibu or Impala with a temporary tag. Anyone with information is asked to contact The Akron Police Department Detective Bureau .
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