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NYPD: Men steal car in East Elmhurst and then caught on tape at McDonald’s drive-through

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Sept. 6, 2017 By Christian Murray

The police are looking for two men who allegedly stole a car in East Elmhurst and then days later were caught on tape going through a McDonald’s drive-through in Flushing.

According to police, the car was stolen on Saturday, August 19 around 9:30 pm in the vicinity of 71st Street and 25th Avenue.

Days later, around 4:40 pm on August 23, the car was used at the McDonald’s drive-through at the 88-05 Astoria Boulevard location where the alleged perpetrators purchased a meal.

The first suspect has been described as Hispanic, with a mustache, Afro and a tattoo on his left forearm and was last seen wearing a white tank top. The second individual could not be identified.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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Haha stupid . worst criminal ever. What a clown. He could probably get the job as Ronald mcdonald


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