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Tulsa McDonalds Workers Forced Into Freezer During Robbery

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Police are looking for an armed man who forced several Tulsa McDonalds workers into a freezer during a robbery early Wednesday.  

Officers said it happened at the restaurant in the 1300 block of South Harvard at about 3:45 a.m.

Police say the man first paid for his order then crawled inside using the drive-through window.  After getting the workers into the freezer, police say he took some cash and then drove off in a red SUV.

A short time later, police found that SUV, abandoned in the 1300 block of South Knoxville with its engine still running.  Officers searched the area but could not locate the suspect.  Police said the SUV had been reported stolen.

Police have gone over the restaurant's surveillance video to try and identify the man.  

They said none of the employees were injured in the robbery.

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