EUCLID -- Police released photos of the three suspects involved in the Sunday morning robbery of the McDonald's at 22291 Euclid Avenue.
The three masked gunmen entered the McDonalds restaurant and took over the restaurant and held employees at gunpoint while entering the safe and stealing an undisclosed amount of money.
During the robbery, one suspect physically assaulted an employee by punching and kicking the victim. The employee was not resisting the robber's commands and the assault was unprovoked.
While that victim was on the ground, the suspect began to drag the employee across the floor in the direction of the walk-in freezer.
Another employee was forced at gunpoint to open the store safe during the robbery.
Another suspect held employees within the kitchen/lobby area at gunpoint and attempted to steal personal property from these victims.
Police say two fo the suspects showed no regard to human life as during the robbery they held the victims at gunpoint during the entire duration.
During this timeframe, the suspects threatened the victims' lives while pointing the guns at their heads and demanding compliance and control.
Suspect #1 is a black man wearing a full zipper hooded sweatshirt that appears to be a light colored striped designed (gray, white, black stripes). This sweatshirt was worn in reserve with the zipper to the suspect's back. The hood had two areas cut for eye holes/viewing. The suspect was also wearing very distinctive receiver/work gloves, black with florescent green/yellow design.
Suspect #2 is a black man wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt. The suspect had the hood pulled tight over his face and only displayed a limited amount of his face. The suspect was wearing dark colored shoes with light colored soles.
Suspect #3 is a black man wearing a short sleeved black t-shirt over a long sleeved red shirt. The black t-shirt had a design on the front center with possible text of "big …" The suspect was wearing a camouflage mask and a brand name stocking cap. The suspect was wearing light colored shoes with a dark design on the sides.
The identities of the victims will remain confidential. The one victim dragged along the floor refused medical attention at the scene. There have been no arrests at this time.
Anyone having information on this violent take-over robbery is encouraged to contact the Euclid Police Department De-tective Bureau at 216.289.8505 or Crime Stoppers at 216.252.7463.