Harvard police have released additional information on a man who robbed a McDonald’s last week.

The Harvard Police Department was called to the the McDonald’s at 352 South Division Street in Harvard on August 1 for an armed robbery.

Police said that the suspect entered the McDonald’s armed with a hammer and demanded money from the register.

The suspect then hit the counter, damaging it, and then fled the scene on foot northbound.

On Monday Harvard police release security camera photos of the suspect. They said that the suspect was a thin build white male, around 25-years-old, 6 feet tall.

He wore a blue and white hat, blue shirt, and khaki colored shorts. The suspect has several tattoos on his left calf, right arm, and also possibly on his neck.


Police officials said that the suspect took less than $500. No one was injured in the robbery.

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