Police: Man Climbed Through Drive-Thru To Rob Lexington McDonald's

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/13/2013 8:08 pm
Police say someone robbed a Lexington McDonald's after climbing through the drive-thru window.

Police say the robbery was just before 1:30 Friday morning on Leestown Road.

Workers say the man had a gun and forced them into the freezer.

They also say the robber forced the manager to give him money from the cash registers and safe.

No word yet on an arrest in the case.
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