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Suspect Covers Face with Underwear During McDonald's Drive-Thru Theft

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Police are looking for a woman who used underwear to cover her face. Police are looking for a woman who used underwear to cover her face.
Police said the suspect opened the drive-thru window at a Midwest City McDonald's and stole money from a cash register. Police said the suspect opened the drive-thru window at a Midwest City McDonald's and stole money from a cash register.

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MIDWEST CITY, Oklahoma -- A middle-aged woman wearing what appeared to be underwear over her face is wanted in connection to an overnight drive-thru burglary.

On Tuesday morning around 3 a.m., an employee of the 24 hour McDonald's, at 7025 S.E. 15th Street, noticed that money was missing from the cash register in the drive-through.

When the manager reviewed the surveillance video, it showed a white female dressed in a black shirt, black pants, most likely a blonde wig, gloves and underwear over her face held in place with yellow paperclips, walking toward the drive-thru window. A car then pulls around the business and the female walks off.

A short time later, the same suspect walked up to the drive through window, slid it open, reached into the business with a cash drawer key and opened up the register. The woman stole money from the cash drawer and walk off. The employee who was working the drive-through was somewhere else in the business at the time of the theft.

"I've seen a wide variety of crime over the last 30 years but this particular case is one of the strangest based on her method of operation and weird disguise," said Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes in a press release.

If you have any information about this crime, call Midwest City police at (405) 739-1306.

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