Armed Robbery at McDonalds

Gun wielding gang force manager to open safe

Related Links

Jealous Brentford Man Kills Lover

Shot Fired in Armed Robbery

Isleworth Man Jailed for Rape

Gang target Hilti in the West Cross Centre

Sign up for our free newsletter

Comment on this story on the

An armed robbery took place at McDonalds restaurant on Brentford High Street on the 30th January.

A group of men wearing face masks and carrying handguns entered the premises at 10.30pm. They told the staff to get onto the floor and to give them money. All staff members complied with this demand.

The manager came to the till counter of the store and the gang demanded that he open it. Two of the gang followed the manager into the office area. The manager says that one of them was armed with the hand gun and the other was holding a blue holdall type bag.

The manager then opened the safe and the cash was put into the holdall.

The first member of the group was a white male wearing a dark coloured Balaclava, dark coloured hooded jacket, jeans an white trainers. The second was a white male with dark coloured facial covering, grey hooded top, grey jogging bottoms and white trainers. The third was a white male wearing a peaked Cap, facial covering, dark coloured jumper with pale stripe across breast, jeans and black shoes.

If you witnessed the incident or have any relevant information you are asked to contact Hounslow CID on 0208 247 6160/5940 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555111. Quote ref. 0502427/08 .

February 7, 2008