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Police Search for Thief, Who Has a Taste for McDonald’s

Suspect (source: NYPD)

Suspect (source: NYPD)

Oct. 12, 2013 Christian Murray

The police are searching for a suspect who allegedly stole a man’s wallet in Woodside and then used the victim’s credit card at McDonald’s.

The victim discovered that his wallet had been stolen as he exited the 7 train at the 61st Street & Woodside Avenue Subway Station (108 Pct.), according to police. The incident occurred on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 29.

The alleged perpetrator used the victim’s stolen credit card to purchase two $25 gift cards from a McDonald’s, located in the vicinity of West 39th Street and 7th Avenue (MTS Pct.), and again to purchase four metro cards from a machine located at the Times Square Subway Station (MTS Pct.).

The suspect is described as being 20-25 years old, 5’10” with a thin build.

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froot loops

hey that looks like p diddy! BTW maybe the gift cards are for gifts, its called a gift card. In court diddy just has to say hes a vegetarian and theres doubt and hes free. diddy say it aint so?


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