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McDonald's employees robbed
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The McDonald's on Highway 138 and one of its employees was robbed by two unidentified males on Sunday morning.

At approximately 2:07 a.m. Conyers Police responded to a call at the McDonald's.

Three employees were leaving around the same time when one of them was approached from behind in the parking lot by two suspects.

According to reports, one of them pointed a dark colored handgun at the employee and began yelling "give it up" multiple times. The employee ran toward a coworker's vehicle and dropped her purse in the process.

The suspects were described as clean shaven dark-complexioned black males, both wearing black pants, black shirts and black skull caps. Both  were approximately 5-feet 6-inches to 5-feet 8-inches tall with thin builds. One suspect was wearing a white do-rag under his skull cap.

A witness who was reportedly outside the restaurant in his vehicle at the time saw two males run from the McDonalds and by the Roly Poly restaurant.

According to reports, the two suspects ran near a small red passenger vehicle and "were flailing their arms in celebration." The vehicle then sped off north on Highway 138, reportedly running over a median.

Anyone with information on the suspects can call Conyers police at 770-483-6600 or leave anonymous tips at and click on "Anonymous Tips."