Zion McDonald’s robbed by masked gunmen: police

The suspects took cash from the register after placing an order at the north suburban location, police said.

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Police are looking for two suspects who robbed a McDonalds at gunpoint March 31, 2020, in Zion.

Police are looking for two suspects who allegedly robbed a McDonald’s March 31, 2020, in Zion.

Zion police

Police are looking for two suspects who robbed a McDonald’s Tuesday in north suburban Zion.

Two males wearing surgical masks walked into the restaurant about 6:41 a.m. at 2008 North Sheridan Rd., Zion police said. After placing an order, the suspects pulled out guns when an employee opened the cash register.

One suspect took cash from the register while the other brandished his gun at the other employees, police said.

The gunmen ran off after failing to open the cash register by the drive-thru window, police said.

One suspect was described as tall and wearing all-black clothing, a black stocking cap, black shoes with white soles and a blue surgical mask.

The other suspect was described as short and wearing a grey stocking hat, a black mask, a black and white coat with a black hood and brown Timberland-style boots.

Anyone with information is asked to call Zion police at 847-746-4110 or the Lake County Crime Stoppers at 847-662-2222.

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