McDonald's Employees Helped Catch Facebook Killer With Deliberately Slow ServiceChris Menahan
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The "Facebook killer" was caught with the help of McDonald's employees holding up his order of fries at a drive-thru in Erie, Pennsylvania.
From Business Insider:
Stephens stopped at a McDonald's drive-thru and ordered 20 Chicken McNuggets and large fries for $5.35, the restaurant's manager, Henry Sayers, told The New York Times.
"He just took his nuggets and said, 'I have to go,' and he drove off," Sayers told The Times. He said Stephens didn't speed away from the restaurant but drove at a normal speed.The Mirror is reporting the McDonald's employees are "in line" to receive the $50,000 reward.
Next time you're getting slow service at a fast food joint just assume they're doing it to stop a killer.
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