In a recent and troubling report, three masked men climbed right through a drive-thru opening and robbed a fast food joint in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Drive-thru is possibly one of the greatest inventions in the food industry - it brings in additional revenue for the businesses while saving time for patrons. But they also provide an additional entry point for burglars.
In a recent and troubling report, three masked men climbed right through a drive-thru opening and robbed a fast food joint in Fort Washington, Maryland. Once the trio was inside the building, located in the 900 block of East Swann Creek Road, they brandished guns and demanded cash from terrified employees.
The incident occurred at about 12:30 a.m on a recent Friday. After the workers handed over cash, the three men crawled back out of the restaurant using the same drive-thru window. They were then able to successfully flee the scene.
All three suspects wore hooded jackets during the robbery and masks that covered all facial features aside from the eyes. Police have released surveillance images of the culprits, hoping someone will come forward with information.
Anyone who recognizes the men or has information is asked to call Prince George’s County detectives directly.