What to Know
- Police are on the hunt for a man they say broke into a Manhattan Dunkin' Donuts on Oct. 14
- The NYPD says the hungry bandit got into the Upper East Side restaurant and stole bacon and coffee
- Witnesses are urged to call police with tops that could land the suspect behind bars
Police need the public’s help to find a hungry breakfast bandit on the Upper East Side.
The NYPD said a man broke into a Dunkin Donuts on First Avenue back on Oct. 14 around 3:30 a.m., grabbed bags of bacon and coffee and fled.
Cops say the robber somehow got into the restaurant through a sidewalk hatch.
“America runs on Dunkin & so does our suspect,” the NYPD’s 19th Precinct said on Twitter.
Witnesses are urged to call police with tips that could land the suspect behind bars.