Police Arrest One in Connection With McDonald's Armed Robbery
Another suspect is believed to be heading to Indiana, police say.
Dunwoody police have arrested one man in connection with the Jan. 7 armed robbery at a local McDonald's, and they believe his alleged accomplice may be trying to flee to Indiana.
College Park resident Carlin Caleb Tibbs, 19, was arrested on Thursday, according to the AJC. Police believe he was the driver of a dark sedan that pulled up to the restaurant's drive-through window around 4 am this past Monday morning.
Two suspects ran up from a hiding location behind the building toward the service window.
"The first suspect pointed a dark colored pistol at the clerk," according to a Dunwoody police statement. "Both suspects jumped through the window into the store and took an undisclosed amount of cash."
Police have issued an arrest warrant for Dejuan Anthony Simmons, also age 19, who they believe to be heading to Indiana. According to the Dunwoody Police Facebook page, Simmons is a former Sandy Springs McDonald's employee, and is believed to be armed and dangerous.
The third suspect in the case has not been identified.
Anyone with information regarding this suspect or incident is asked to contact Det. DeLima at 678-382-6914 or email@example.com.