Be on the lookout for a hamburglar with a credit card

Norwood Police report somebody used a stolen credit card to purchase $2,500 worth of McDonald's gift cards at one of the McDonald's in town.

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You'd think that on a purchase of thet size someone might think to request an ID from the card user. But maybe initiative isn't McD's workers' strong suit.

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I understand crime of

I understand crime of opportunity but really, $2500 of freaking McDonalds? At least crime up a Dunkin Donuts gift card or something useful.

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what a sketch thing to do.

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what a sketch thing to do. hope they catch him

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How does that happen?

How does someone buying $2500 worth of gift cards ANYWHERE not tip someone off, let alone McDonalds? The person who sold those must be in on it.

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Hawking

those could get you an attempted murder charge.

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Can't McD's put a stop on

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Can't McD's put a stop on these GC's? All they need to do is review this transaction to find the sequence of serial numbers from these cards. Then when someone attempts to use one of these cards it will raise a red flag.

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