The NYPD is searching for an individual they say entered a drive-thru window in the Bronx and stole money -- a crime that was caught on surveillance video.
The crime occurred last Monday at 3:40 a.m. on Garrison Avenue, according to a tweet posted by NYPD Crime Stoppers.
"On 9/6/21 @ 3:40 AM, inside of 375 Garrison Ave @NYPD41Pct the suspect entered the establishment through the drive-thru window and removed property. Any info call us @ 800-577-TIPS or DM NYPDTips Reward up to $3500," the NYPD Crime Stoppers said in its tweet.
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The tweet also included surveillance footage of the incident in which an individual is seen climbing through the drive-thru window of the establishment, walking around, and seemingly looking to see if anyone was around before taking cash that appeared to be from a cash register. After taking the money, the individual looks around again, including straight at the surveillance camera.
It is unclear how much money was taken.