PIKESVILLE, Md. - Baltimore County Police say they are looking for a church van, that may have been used in a robbery.
Police say two men were in the McDonald's in the 500 block of Reisterstown Road in Pikesville on Monday when another man walked in and started heading towards the bathroom.
One of the two men followed the guy into the bathroom and stole his wallet.
The two men then fled the restaurant, got into a van and drove off.
Witnesses told police they ran in a maroon van that has church markings on the side.
Police say earlier on Monday, Mount Pleasant Church on Tollgate Road in Owings Mills reported a van stolen that had a similar description.
Police believe the van used in the getaway from McDonald's is the same stolen van.
There is no word if Police have been able to track van, or suspects, down.
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