A visit to a fast food restaurant turned out to be more expensive than expected for a Helena-West Helena senior.

The 75-year-old woman told Officer Ashley Tyler that she was robbed by two black males who climbed into her vehicle on the McDonald's parking lot. The robbery occurred between 3 and 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 4.

A visit to a fast food restaurant turned out to be more expensive than expected for a Helena-West Helena senior.

The 75-year-old woman told Officer Ashley Tyler that she was robbed by two black males who climbed into her vehicle on the McDonald's parking lot. The robbery occurred between 3 and 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 4.

According to the woman, one of the men got in her car on the front passenger seat. The other hopped into the backseat on the driver's side. The woman described the man in the front seat as wearing a black jacket, a red plaid shirt and carrying a black suitcase. The other man wore a royal blue jacket.

The police report states that the man in the front seat claimed to be McDonald's regional manager. The woman said the man in the backseat pulled out a large roll of money and told her he was "going to bless me with some of this money."

The man proceeded to grab the woman's purse and took all of her cash, which totaled $369.

After removing the money from her purse, the pair got out of the vehicle and walked toward the drive through section and left the area.

Helena-West Helena police are still investigating the incident.