Man throws rock through Springfield restaurant window, steals cash

Nov 01, 2017
Subway on East Main Street. Jeff Guerini/Staff

A man threw a rock through the drive-through window at a Springfield fast food restaurant, stealing a cash drawer and a small amount of change.

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Springfield police officers responded to the Subway restaurant at 2110 E. Main St. on a report of an alarm.

The drive-through window had been broken with a rock and the currency tray was missing from a cash register, according to a police report.

Camera footage shows the suspect reaching in through the broken window and grabbing the currency tray.

About $5 in change was stolen from the drawer, the report said. The drawer was valued at about $150 and was later recovered by police.


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