Men Sought in Armed Robbery of McDonald's

At 11:35 a.m. Dec. 30, three armed men walked into the McDonald's in the 400 block of Foothill Boulevard and robbed the fast food store before escaping on foot.

"We're just going to work with what we have and get some leads, unless we can work with another [witness] who saw someone and who can relay the information over to Detective Gibbons," said Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station Detective Sgt. Victor Ibarra.

Ibarra said the Hispanic men walked into the store armed with handguns and hooded sweatshirts that partially covered their heads. One man was also wearing a headband, he said.

The three men pointed handguns at the restaurant's cashiers and ordered all customers to get down on the floor.

After taking money from cash registers and the store's safe, the suspects fled the scene. No one was reported injured.

One man was described as a male Hispanic with brown hair and hazel eyes in his mid 30s, a little under six feet tall and weighing about 240 pounds.

The second was described as a male Hispanic with black hair and brown eyes, in his late teens, just under 6-feet-tall and weighing about 170 pounds.

The third suspect was described as a male Hispanic with black hair and brown eyes in his mid to late 20s measuring a little less than 6-feet-tall and weighing about 220 pounds.

Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station detectives are investigating the robbery but did not have any suspects at press time.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the C.V. Sheriff's Station at 248-3464.

"Anyone who can provide any additional information can contact Detective Gibbons here at the station," Ibarra said.

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