Although two men are in custody, formal charges have not been filed for the incident as of 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, according to CaseNet.com

Another suspect has been taken into custody as the investigation continues into an armed robbery attempt at an Osage Beach McDonald’s on Tuesday morning.

Although two men are in custody, formal charges have not been filed for the incident as of 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, according to CaseNet.com

According to a press release on Thursday from the Osage Beach Police Department, Adam Lee McNally, 33, of Jefferson City, was allegedly driving the getaway vehicle used in the attempted armed robbery. 

The release states detectives received information that the owner of the vehicle was not driving the vehicle at the time of the alleged offense and that it was McNally.

On Tuesday, detectives contacted the Jefferson City Police Department requesting assistance in locating McNally and later that afternoon, JCPD’s Community Action Team located and took him into custody without incident. 

OBPD detectives then traveled to interview McNally at which time he allegedly admitted to the offense and was transported to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office Jail on a 24-hour hold as the Camden County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office files charges.

Another man, Travis Dale, of Osage Beach, was taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon. He currently being held with no bond at the Camden County Jail on four failure to appear warrants, the release concluded.

Original Reports:

According to an updated press release from OBPD, a suspect was taken into custody at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening with assistance from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office and Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Osage Beach Police Department officers responded to an emergency call of an attempted armed robbery at the Osage Beach McDonald’s at 6033 Osage Beach Parkway Tuesday morning, according to a press release.

Details are still scant as the investigation remains active and the suspect at large, but no one was injured during the attempted robbery.

According to OBPD Lt. Michael O’Day, a white male suspect approximately 6-feet tall weighing roughly 200-pounds and wearing a light blue stocking hat, dark colored jacket and light colored shirt, pulled into the drive through, placed and paid for an order before attempting to hold up the cashier.

As the cashier went to take another order after giving the suspect his change, he pulled out what was described as a silver handgun, possibly a revolver, and raised it in the air to grab her attention.

The gun was never pointed directly to the cashier, but the suspect did demand some sort of cash payment. The cashier was able to shut the drive-thru window and return further into the building as the suspect took off, heading eastbound on Osage Beach Parkway. 

According to the press release, OBPD officers had located a suspect vehicle at another location outside the City limits of Osage Beach and were remaining on the scene as the investigation continues.