3 people jailed after McDonald’s armed robbery

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Jackson, Mich., (WLNS) — Three people have been jailed following an armed robbery at a McDonald’s in Jackson.

The robbery occurred Wednesday Nov. 6 at 9:12 p.m. when Jackson Police Officers were dispatched to the McDonald’s located at 407 W. Prospect St.

Two people walked into the restaurant with covered faces and gloves.

One person held a handgun and demanded money from the safe.

The two people fled the restaurant with an unknown amount of cash.

The investigation found that one of the McDonald’s employees was involved in the planning of the robbery.

The 21-year-old female employee has been arrested and is lodged at the Jackson County Jail pending charges.

The two suspects that fled the restaurant with money were identified, located and arrested. They are lodged at the County Jail pending charges.

The two suspects are a 32-year-old female and a 25-year-old male.

Police expect all three suspects to be arraigned this afternoon.

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