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Coronaraged Dad Punches Barrier, Injures Cashier in Front of Kids, Now Police Need Your Help Finding Him

GLASSBORO, NJ -When this dad in Glassboro took his two little girls to Rite-Aid in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the last thing the girls wanted to see was dad coronarage on the cashier.

According to police, On 4/8/20 at approximately 6:45 p.m., the male with two young girls attempted to by various products from the Rite Aid store on Delsea Drive. When he was told there was a limit of certain items that he could purchase, he became angry and punched the plastic safety barrier, causing minor injury to the employee.

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Even his two little girls gave him the, “WTF Dad!” look on their way out.  None of the family members wore face coverings as required by Murphy’s Law.

The male left in a 1999-2004 dark Jeep Grand Cherokee on Barger Blvd. towards Carpenter Street.

If anyone recognizes the male, please contact Ptl. Pinkney at 856-881-1500. Additionally, ANONYMOUS tips can be provided by texting “GLASSPD” and your tip to 847411 (tip411) or by clicking “Submit a Tip” on their Facebook page.

Glassboro police searching for coronaraging dad.

Glassboro police searching for coronaraging dad.

Posted by Shore News Network on Thursday, April 16, 2020

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