Two masked men with guns robbed a fast-food restaurant early Monday morning, Macon police said.
The manager of the McDonald’s on Gray Highway had closed the eatery about 12:40 a.m. As she was about to get into a car in the parking lot, where a friend was waiting inside, a masked gunman approached her and forced her to reopen the store, open a safe and give him money, a news release said.
While the store manager was inside the business, a second armed bandit entered the vehicle and forced her friend to get out.
The first gunman left the store with cash, and both robbers drove off in the vehicle.
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Police later found the car on a dead-end street near the North Garden Terrace Apartments on Boulevard.
The victims were only able to give a vague description of the robbers: two young black males, both wearing black bandanas covering their faces and all-black clothing. The two face charges of armed robbery and carjacking.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at (478) 751-7500 or Crimestoppers at (1-877-68-CRIME).