Police are looking for suspects who allegedly robbed 5 fast food restaurants in Philadelphia last week – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police are looking for several men they believe robbed five fast food outlets across the city over the past week.

The flights took place in North and South Philadelphia, Tioga and Logan.

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On Wednesday, the police released images from surveillance cameras in the various stores.

In all cases, police said at least two of the suspects were armed and held employees at gunpoint, demanding cash from ledgers or safes.

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Based on how they behaved, police believe they were the same group of people.

“They seem organized. They’re standing by the door,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Frank Vanore said. “They have individuals jumping the meter, and it almost looks like someone is watching everyone. This concerns us.

Police are also investigating other recent thefts from fast food outlets.

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Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to call the Philadelphia police.

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