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UPDATE: Reward Offered For Information In Armed Robbery At North Spokane McDonalds

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Sheriff's deputies were called to the McDonald's on Monroe and Francis Monday night after it was robbed at gunpoint Sheriff's deputies were called to the McDonald's on Monroe and Francis Monday night after it was robbed at gunpoint
SPOKANE, Wash. - Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward to anyone providing information that leads to the arrest of the man who robbed a McDonald's Tuesday night on Monroe and Francis. 

The man walked up to the drive-thru window with a black gun in his hand and grabbed the drawer from the cash register and ran off. 

Deputies set up a perimeter, but were unable to find the man. 

Witnesses say he was light skinned, wearing a grey or dark colored mask over his dark colored hooded sweatshirt with yellow or tan work gloves.

with information should call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-222-TIPS, or should forward the tip via the Internet website http://www.crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org. Tipsters do not have to give their name to collect the cash reward.

Previous Coverage: 

Deputies with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office responded to an armed robbery at the McDonald's on Monroe and Francis Monday night. 

Deputies tell KHQ a man walked up to the drive-thru window just after a customer had handed an employee cash. The man reached through the window with a gun in one hand and grabbed the tray out of the open cash register. 

The suspect then fled and was last seen running east from the window. 

Deputies set up a perimeter, but were unsuccessful in finding the man. 

Witnesses say he was light skinned, wearing a grey or dark colored mask over his dark colored hooded sweatshirt with yellow or tan work gloves. 

If you have any information on this robbery, you're asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233. 
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