Police Search For Teen Robbery Suspects Near McDonald's

Posted at 12:48 PM, Oct 11, 2016

Police said they’re searching for four teen suspects after a fast food robbery in Nashville.

The incident was reported Tuesday morning by a McDonalds on Charlotte Pike. Air One, the Metro Nashville Police helicopter, was called in to aid with the search.

Police officials said the victim was approached by four people, one of whom was armed with a handgun. 

One of the suspects pointed a gun at the victim when he or she said they didn't have anything. According to investigators, they got away with a cell phone. 

A police spokesperson said the W.A. Bass Learning Center was placed on lock down at 8:51 a.m.

The armed suspect was described by police as 16-18 years old. He was wearing a dark red shirt under a dark shirt, he had short twists in his hair, a chunky build, and he was about 6-feet-tall.

The description of the other three suspects was vague. They were last seen on Delaware Avenue.