CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A gunman accused of robbing a Cincinnati White Castle and forcing employees into the back of the restaurant is now accused of robbing another restaurant.
Court documents say Keven Oliver is also accused of robbing the McDonald's on Winton Road at gunpoint on Dec. 3.
Oliver also forced three employees to go into the storage freezer, said police.
Documents say he stole about $3,087.56 from the safe.
Police say Oliver could be seen on surveillance video leaving McDonald's.
On Tuesday, police arrested Oliver after they say he robbed the White Castle on the 9700 block of Colerain Avenue.
The Colerain police department said the call came in around 2:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Court documents say Oliver forced the employees into the back of the restaurant at gunpoint where he forced them to open the safe.
Police say Oliver stole $932.34 from the safe and drive-thru crash drawer then fled, but they were able to catch him at the corner of Springdale Road and Niagara Street.
The gun he used in the robbery was stolen from the Covington Police Department, police say.
Oliver is charged with kidnapping, aggravated robbery, and receiving stolen property.
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