Quantcast

Man caught on camera stealing teen's tips - abc27 WHTM

Man caught on camera stealing teen's tips

Posted: Updated:
NEW CUMBERLAND, Pa. (WHTM) -

New Cumberland police are hoping someone recognizes a man who was captured on surveillance footage stealing money from a tip jar at a local coffee shop.

Victoria Weiser, owner of Bridge Street Coffee House, contacted abc27 this week asking that we share her video with our viewers.

"I want him to go down," Weiser said. "Hard."

The man, who is described as 5'11", 190 lbs., with facial hair and a hat with sunglasses on the brim, walked into the store at around 4 p.m. Monday and asked the barista for a menu.

He can be seen perusing the list of items for some time before telling the barista, 18-year-old Red Land High School student Marissa Dodd, that he was going back to his car to call his wife and collect her order.

Dodd said she told him to take his time, and she then retreated to a back room. At that time, the video shows the man turning around at the front door, returning to the counter, and swiping approximately $10 from the tip jar.

"It's infuriating," Weiser said. "For $10!"

The man was last seen heading toward the Lemoyne area, Weiser said.

New Cumberland Borough Police confirmed they are investigating. Anyone who recognizes the man is asked to call them at 774-0400.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Lemoyne woman and Monroe Township man arrested for criminal trespass

    Lemoyne woman and Monroe Township man arrested for criminal trespass

    Monday, September 1 2014 8:19 PM EDT2014-09-02 00:19:09 GMT
    Police in Cumberland County arrested a man and woman who were attempting to gain entry into the impound lot of GA Smith Towing on 43 S. Main Street in Lemoyne.According to West Shore Regional Police, officers arrived to find Laura F. Youngblood of Lemoyne, and Jeffrey S. Amos of Monroe Township inside the lot, and attempting to access Amos' vehicle which was towed for a DUI arrest earlier in the morning.Police say both Youngblood and Amos were arrested for Criminal Defiant Trespass and were t...More >>
    Police in Cumberland County arrested a man and woman who were attempting to gain entry into the impound lot of GA Smith Towing on 43 S. Main Street in Lemoyne.According to West Shore Regional Police, officers arrived to find Laura F. Youngblood of Lemoyne, and Jeffrey S. Amos of Monroe Township inside the lot, and attempting to access Amos' vehicle which was towed for a DUI arrest earlier in the morning.Police say both Youngblood and Amos were arrested for Criminal Defiant Trespass and were t...More >>
  • Garden Spot marching band performs with Fall Out Boy

    Garden Spot marching band performs with Fall Out Boy

    Monday, September 1 2014 5:33 PM EDT2014-09-01 21:33:13 GMT
    When we last left off, the Garden Spot Marching Band was waiting to see if the band Fall Out Boy would live up to their word. Back in July, the school board told the marching band they could not perform one of Fall Out Boy's songs because of the language in the lyrics.More >>
    When we last left off, the Garden Spot Marching Band was waiting to see if the band Fall Out Boy would live up to their word. Back in July, the school board told the marching band they could not perform one of Fall Out Boy's songs because of the language in the lyrics.
    More >>
  • Endless Shrimp® Returns to Red Lobster®

    Endless Shrimp® Returns to Red Lobster®

    Starting Monday, September 1st, Red Lobster's Endless Shrimp, the number one guest-requested promotion, is back for a limited time. This year, guests can satisfy their shrimp cravings through one of the most...More >>
    Starting Monday, September 1st, Red Lobster's Endless Shrimp, the number one guest-requested promotion, is back for a limited time. This year, guests can satisfy their shrimp cravings through one of the most...More >>
Powered by WorldNow