ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police are trying to find two suspects who robbed a west side McDonalds a day apart.
It happened at the restaurant at Coors and Quail in August.
The first time happened at 3:15 a.m. when the suspect waited near the drive-thru window until a customer drove up to pay.
That's when the man ran up between the customer's vehicle and the window and pulled a gun.
Police say he then grabbed money out of the register and took off.
Then, the next morning, police say a man in a beige-colored car ordered food at the drive-thru and when it was time to pay, he handed the cashier a note demanding money and threatening to kill the cashier if it wasn’t handed over.
Both men are still on the loose.
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