Delancey McDonald’s Thief Returns to Scene of the Crime, Gets Arrested

Posted on: October 25th, 2018 at 5:03 am by

Photo: NYPD

Talk about returning to the scene of a crime…

Cops didn’t need to look too far for the suspect wanted in connection with the robbery of McDonald’s on Delancey Street this past Monday. Sources tell us that the man was caught in front of the fast food joint yesterday evening.

A tipster reportedly called 911 with a positive ID of the perp.

According to police, the thief had entered the premises and forcibly stole cash from the till. A struggle with the cashier reportedly ensued before the perp made off with a measly $106.

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