Police say he walked up to the Chick-Fik-A drive-thru and demanded money.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A man is facing charges for allegedly robbing the Ross Township Chick-Fil-A through the drive-thru.

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Police say they’ve identified and charged 21-year-old Jesse Williams from Youngstown as the robber.

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He’s accused of robbing the Chick-Fil-A on McKnight Road at the end of October. Police say he walked up to the drive-thru area and demanded cash from an employee.

He didn’t display a weapon, police say, and no one was hurt.

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He’s currently behind bars in the Somerset County Prison on unrelated charges of possessing and passing counterfeit money. He’s also now charged with robbery and receiving stolen property.