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Robber Shot Dead at Sunland McDonald's

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McDonald's in Sunland (Google Streetview)
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An armed man was shot and killed by a retired Burbank police officer during a robbery attempt at a McDonald's in Sunland on Friday.The shooting occurred at 10:47 a.m. after the man walked into the restaurant at Foothill Boulevard and Woodward Avenue and attempted to rob the clerks at gunpoint, according to LAPD.

Police are investigating. The shooter may have been a "retired" (LA Times) or off-duty (KTLA) Burbank police officer.