THE WOODLANDS, Texas – Another McDonalds was robbed in Montgomery County Friday night, deputies said.
According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, a customer was waiting at the drive-thru at 8:45 p.m. when three gunmen ran up and climbed through the window of the restaurant located in the 6700 block of Woodlands Parkway near Kuykendahl.
Investigators said the robbers were wearing hoodies and bandanas. After taking the money, they fled the scene on foot.
One employee was reportedly injured during the crime, deputies said.
Authorities are looking at surveillance video for clues.
This is the second time in the last week that a McDonalds was robbed in the area with the suspects going through the drive-thru.
On Oct. 4, two gunman robbed the McDonalds located in the Panther Creek Shopping Center just before midnight in the same fashion.
Detectives have not said whether the two incidents are linked.
Investigators are looking for help from the public. Anyone with information that could help solve this crime should call the Major Crimes Section of the Sheriff’s Office at (936)-760-5876 or Communications at (936)-760-5800.