Woman Robs Northside White Castle Through Drive-Up Window

Brett Blume

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) –  “I’ll have four cheese sliders, some fries, and…oh yeah, all the cash in your register — to go”…

Police say a woman attempted to pull off an armed robbery at the drive-thru window of a White Castle in north St. Louis early Monday.

When the employees read the note handed to them by the woman and saw her holding what appeared to be a gun, they locked themselves in a back office and called police.

Meanwhile, the woman climbed part-way through the drive-thru window and grabbed the cash drawer before taking off.

She dropped her weapon while making her getaway and it turned out to be a fake.

When police tracked the suspect down at her home in the 1900 block of Warren, the suspect reportedly climbed onto the roof and jumped three stories to the ground below.

She’s hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries and faces robbery charges.

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