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June 17, 2019 | 12:14pm
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Police release video of McDonald’s robbery suspect

Ferndale Police have released security video that purports to show the suspect in the what was reported as an armed robbery at the Ferndale McDonald’s restaurant about 5:20am Sunday morning. The video shows the suspect entering and exiting the restaurant.

Security video released by Ferndale Police from the time a reported armed robbery occurred at the Ferndale McDonald’s restaurant (December 9, 2018). Source: Ferndale Police Department

According to an announcement from Ferndale Police today, the suspect is reported to be a light skinned male who is approximately 6-foot 2-inches to 6-foot 4-inches tall and was wearing a dark colored jacket over a dark colored hoodie, dark colored pants and brown boots.

Ferndale Police said today there are persons of interest with this case, including a potential driver and passenger in the suspect’s car during the time of the robbery.

“Whether they were aware of what was going on or not, we urge the other witnesses in this case to come forward and speak to us,” said Detective Pike of the Ferndale Police Department. “Beyond those persons of interest, we also encourage anyone who can identify the suspect to get in touch.”

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Ferndale Police are also requesting customers who utilized the drive through between 5am and 5:30am on the day of the incident to contact Detective Pike by phone at 360-483-5725 or via email to  jpike@ferndalepd.org.

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