Unhappy customer threatened to shoot McDonald’s Drive-Thru worker in Hanover

HANOVER, MD – An unhappy customer threatened to shoot a McDonald’s drive-thru employee at the company’s Arundel Mills Circle location in Hanover on Sunday.

According to police, the confrontation occurred at around 3 am when a customer engaged in a dispute with a worker at the drive-thru window. At one point, the customer pulled a gan and threatened to shoot the worker.

Anne Arundel County Police were dispatched to the location.

“Upon their arrival, officer learned that there was a customer dispute involving an employee and two occupants of a white or silver four-door sedan in the drive-thru,” AACPD said today in a statement. “At one point, the driver of the sedan displayed a handgun, went on a profanity-laced tirade, and threatened to shoot the employee.”

Police said the employee walked away from the drive-thru window and the suspect vehicle fled in an unknown direction.

The suspect was described as a black male in his late 20s or early 30s driving a white or silver four door sedan.

Western District detectives are investigating the incident and ask that anyone with information contact them at (410) 222-6155 or the Anne Arundel County Police Tip Line at (410) 222-4700.

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