Men with knives rob Erindale Maccas

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ERINDALE McDonalds was robbed yesterday (August 28) after two men, with knives, took cash and till drawers. 

ACT police are seeking witnesses to the robbery, which occurred at about 2.15am, when the two men, who were wearing dark clothing, face coverings and gloves, entered the main entrance of McDonalds Erindale holding a knife each.

One male approached a staff member brandishing a knife, and asked for the manager before they both walked through to the office. The men took a sum of cash from a safe and till drawers before leaving the restaurant through the front door and fleeing on foot.

Information can be reported on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website using reference number 6145187.

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