Dunkin’ customer hurls items at drive-thru worker and smashes window, NJ cops say

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A Dunkin’ customer threw items at a worker and smashed a window at a store in Newark, New Jersey, officials said. Now, police are asking for help identifying the suspect.

On Wednesday, June 22, Newark police received a call about a man throwing things at the Dunkin’ employee in the drive-thru window, the Newark Department of Public Safety said in a news release on Monday, June 27.

The man proceeded to drive to the front entrance and shatter the store’s window with a “wooden object,” police said.

The man may face criminal charges, reported NBC New York.

Police ask that anyone with information about the identify of the suspect call 1-877-695-8477. Tips can also be submitted anonymously on the police division’s website.

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