Police report that a man allegedly robs five restaurants in one night in Memphis. The suspect was a Black male with a medium complexion.
Memphis Police Department Press Release – Man Robs Five Restaurants in One Night
January 18 at 12:03 PM
Multiple Business Robberies
MEMPHIS, TN – On Monday, January 16, 2023, between 7:56 pm and 9:07 pm, officers responded to business robberies at 2994 Poplar Avenue (McDonald’s), 2702 Perkins Road (Taco Bell), 2663 Mount Moriah Road (Krystals), 1755 Getwell Road (McDonald’s), and 3068 South Perkins Road (McDonald’s). A male suspect went to these businesses, placed a food order through the drive-through, and pulled up to the window. The male then pointed a gun at the cashier and demanded the money from the register. After retrieving the cash, the suspect fled in a blue Hyundai Accent.
The suspect was a Black male with a medium complexion and thin build, wearing a gray facemask, a gray hoodie, and orange gloves.
No arrest has been made. This alleged man allegedly robs five restaurants in one night in Memphis is an ongoing investigation.
The video and photos are attached.
Report Numbers: #2301008464ME #2301008481ME #2301008491ME #2301008509ME #2301008511ME
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