An Illinois man reported that he was walking down the street when he was approached by an armed robber, police said, according to the Danville News-Gazette.
The teen robber showed a handgun and demanded money, police said in a statement, but the victim had no money to give, according to the Danville Commercial-News.
Instead of money, the armed robber took the victim’s bag of fried chicken before fleeing, WAND reported. The victim had just purchased the chicken, the News-Gazette reported.
The victim told police the suspect was wearing a gray jacket and dark pants with a white stripe, the Commercial-News reported.
Anyone with information regarding the armed fried chicken robbery, police ask that you call 217-431-2250, according to the News-Gazette. Or, to remain anonymous, call Vermilion County Crime Stoppers at 217-446-8477.