Alsip man allegedly robbed Chipotle where he used to work
May 27, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- An Alsip man is accused of robbing the Michigan Avenue restaurant where he used to work in Chicago.
David Carroll, 31, is charged with armed robbery, aggravated battery and attempted armed robbery.
Police say he robbed the Chipotle restaurant in the 300-block of North Michigan on Friday.
During the holdup, he allegedly cut one of the employees on the hand.
Police arrested Carroll after they say he went to a nearby restaurant, racked up a $50 bill and then refused to pay.
Police were called and noticed that he matched the description of the suspect in the Chipotle incident.
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