TULSA - Police are searching for two suspects in the robbery of a McDonald's Thursday evening at 21st and Garnett.
Employees told officers the robbers pulled up to the drive-through window around 7 p.m.
The suspects ordered Big Macs, then pulled around to the window and one suspect wearing a President Obama Halloween Mask pointed a pistol, threatening to shoot the clerk and demanding money.
Police say the suspects drove away in a stolen 1988 maroon Ford Taurus with the Oklahoma license number 731GJA.
A second McDonald's was robbed early Friday morning at Pine and Peoria.
Police say a man walked up to the drive-through window and attempted to rob the store. He left in an unknown direction on foot.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.
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