A thief who is hungry for money has robbed Hungry Jack’s restaurants on six occasions in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
In one daring robbery, the thief climbed through the drive-through window of the fast food giant’s Mount Waverley store and threatened staff before escaping with money from the till.
In another robbery he was armed with a stick and a knife when he jumped the counter before fleeing with cash.
Police believe the armed robberies at six Hungry Jack’s restaurants in the past 15 months have been committed by the same man, who struck late at night or in the early hours of the morning.
At what police described as his “favourite” restaurant in Burwood in February this year, the man had a scarf wrapped around his head when he threw a rock at the front door, broke the glass and crawled through the hole into the restaurant. He threatened staff members before running away with money.
The man has targeted the same Burwood restaurant four times, in each case using similar tactics. He jumped over the counter and used a knife to threaten staff, demanding that they hand him money.
Police believe the same man targeted Hungry Jack’s restaurants in Forest Hill and Mount Waverley. The last robbery occurred on August 24.
The man is described as being aged in his early 30s, between 172 and 175 centimetres tall, with a medium build and a fair complexion.
He was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a black and grey scarf which he wrapped around his head.
Anyone with information about the robberies is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppers苏州美甲学校.au
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