Florida gunman climbs through Wendy’s drive-thru window, steals cash drawer

Police in Orlando, Florida are offering a $1,000 reward for information on the Wendy's drive-thru robbery suspect

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Police in Orlando, Florida are asking for help from the community to identify the person spotted crawling through a fast food drive-thru window to steal cash from the register.

The incident occurred on June 18 shortly before 8 a.m. at a Wendy’s location near the Universal Orlando resort, WOFL-TV reported.

Police say a man ordered food in the drive-thru line, pulled up to the window and threatened an employee with a gun after being asked for payment. 

The employee ran from the window at which point the driver climbed through and took the cash drawer, police said. 

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Security camera footage courtesy of Orlando Police Department

Security camera footage courtesy of Orlando Police Department (Orlando Police Department)

After stealing the cash, the driver fled the scene in a black Nissan Altima.

Police released security footage of the incident in hopes of identifying the person who they describe as a thin light-skinned Black man who was wearing what appeared to be beach attire.

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Security camera footage courtesy of Orlando Police Department

Security camera footage courtesy of Orlando Police Department (Orlando Police Department)

The man’s face was covered by a mask or hooded shirt and he was wearing a straw hat, water shoes, and board shorts.

Anyone with information on the crime is being asked to call law enforcement at 800-423-TIPS and useful information could lead to a $1,000 reward.

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The Orlando Police Department told Fox News Digital on Saturday that there are no updates in the investigation and the suspect is still at large.