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Thief reaches into McDonald's drive-through to take $200

March 10, 2014|By Los Angeles Times Staff

Police in Northern California were looking Monday for a man who reached through a McDonald’s drive-through window and took $200 in cash.

The McDonald's in Petaluma was closed at 2 a.m. Monday and employees were cleaning another part of the restaurant when the theft occurred, KRON-TV reported.

Police say surveillance photos show the man forcing his way through the drive-through window at the McDonald's at Gateway Shopping Center.

He was able to force a cash register open and get away with about $200.

Authorities hope someone recognizes the man from the surveillance photo.


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