Hamburglar strikes Austin
Published 9:39 am Friday, June 8, 2012
AUSTIN — McDonald’s on 14th Street in Austin may have received a visit from the Hamburglar on Wednesday night.
The suspect allegedly waited near the drive-through window at about 10:30 p.m., timed the exchange of food between an employee and customer and made off with the $6 meal. A McDonald’s employee described the suspect as a skinny, white male wearing baggy pants, according to the police report. He has not been caught.
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No other information was available.
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