Gunman Arrested for Robbing McDonalds

Gunman Arrested for Robbing McDonalds

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UPDATE: Officers have arrested 26-year-old Carey Wiles for robbing the McDonalds on Cottage Hill Road on Tuesday afternoon. He is charged with Robbery First Degree. 


However, an investigation further revealed Wiles was the suspect in another recent robbery. On October 16, Wiles was the suspect who robbed the CVS store on Schillinger Road. He
walked to the pharmacy, produced a gun and demanded narcotic prescription drugs and money.  The cashier and pharmacist complied and Wiles left on foot.  Wiles is charged with Pharmacy Robbery in this case. 

 
Mobile Police responded to the McDonalds on Cottage Hill Road shortly before 2 p.m. for the report of a Robbery.  Witness say man walked in, pulled a handgun and demanded money before fleeing in a white Camry.  Police began a search of the area and quickly detained a suspect that matched the description of the robber.  No injuries were reported in the incident.
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