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Robber in Heber steals McDonald’s bank deposit
First Published Sep 08 2013 07:23 pm • Last Updated Sep 09 2013 04:39 pm

Heber police are looking for the man who reportedly stole a McDonald’s money meant for the bank.

The manager of the McDonald’s at 600 S. Main Street was leaving the restaurant with the daily bank deposit Sunday afternoon, only to find a man crouching by her vehicle, said Heber police Officer Salvador Segura.

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He threatened the woman, took the money and fled on foot, Segura said. He was last seen running behind the Mac’s Hotel and Subway, which are south of the McDonald’s.

Police are not disclosing how much money was in the deposit.

The suspect is described as a white man between his 30s and 50s with no noticeable facial hair, who stands about 5-foot-10 to 6 feet tall. He was wearing a white coat, a black hat, blue jeans and dark shoes.

Anyone with information about the case can call the Wasatch County Dispatch Center at 435-654-1411.


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