THURSDAY 11/18/2021 8:10 a.m.

GREENVILLE, Wis., (WFRV) – A 42-year-old Greenville woman was arrested Wednesday for attempting to rob a local Mcdonald’s using a BB gun earlier in the week.

According to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office, on Nov. 16, deputies responded to a report of an attempted armed robbery at the McDonald’s located at W6308 Wally Way in the Village of Greenville.

Authorities say that during the attempted robbery, the suspect, now identified as 42-year-old Melissa Mann, drove up to the drive-through window and threatened an employee with a “gun”, which authorities later discovered was actually a CO2-powered BB gun.

No one was harmed during this incident.

Mann then fled the scene in a 2007 to 2013 silver Nissan Rogue prompting deputies to launch an investigation.

One day later, on Nov. 17, investigators reportedly developed leads from prior investigations which lead them to identify and find Mann.

Mann was then taken into custody where she admitted to committing the attempted robbery. Deputies confirmed that a search warrant was conducted on Mann’s residence, which was within a half-mile of the scene of the crime scene, and the BB gun was located.

Original Story: Attempted armed robbery at McDonald’s in Greenville, authorities looking for vehicle

WEDNESDAY 11/17/2021 11:09 a.m.

GREENVILLE, Wis., (WFRV) – Authorities are asking the public’s help to find a vehicle involved in an attempted armed robbery at a McDonald’s in Outagamie County.

According to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office, on Nov. 16 deputies responded to a reported armed robbery of the McDonald’s at W6308 Wally Way in Greenville.

Authorities say no one was harmed during the incident. Officials are asking the public to help find a 2007 to 2013 silver Nissan Rogue. There were no details provided if the suspect was able to take any money or items.

The vehicle reportedly has damage to the driver’s side doors and the rear passenger side bumper. The damage appears to be older and is covered with what is believed to be tape.

Anyone with information is asked to call 920-832-5614 or by emailing

No further information was released, Local 5 will continue to update this story.