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CrimePolice: Fired employees rob Milwaukee McDonald's

20:00  24 august  2019
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Milwaukee police are searching for three ex-employees who are suspected of robbing a Milwaukee McDonald's overnight.

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It happened at the restaurant near Appleton Avenue and Capitol Drive early Saturday morning.

According to investigators, three people, who were recently fired from the restaurant, entered the lobby around 12:22 a.m. At least one of the trio was armed.

Police said the robbers took money from the business and left.

Investigators said they are searching for the three known suspects.

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