A McDonald's manager in the Bay Area was arrested on suspicion of using a gun to rob his own restaurant and another one and ordering workers into the freezer in both incidents, police said Tuesday.
Felix Becerra, 42, manages a McDonald's in Pleasanton and is accused of donning a white mask and using what was described as a small-caliber handgun to rob the restaurant Aug. 28, according to police.
The suspect took an undisclosed amount of cash and told ordered workers into a freezer, the Pleasanton Police Department said.
Police said Becerra allegedly robbed another McDonalds in San Mateo on Aug. 2.
"The suspect in this case entered the restaurant and pointed a revolver at employees, ordered them into the freezer and then held the manager at gunpoint while ordering him to open the cash register," police officials said in a statement.
Police said Becerra was taken into custody by authorities in San Mateo and allegedly confessed to committing both robberies. He was being held Tuesday at the San Mateo county jail