Man climbs into Dunkin' Donuts, then leaves

Man climbs into Dunkin' Donuts, then leaves

METHUEN, Mass. (AP) — Perhaps they ran out of Boston Kremes.

A man accused of climbing into the drive-thru window of a Massachusetts Dunkin' Donuts and then promptly climbing right back out has been apprehended.

Methuen Police Looking To Identify Suspect in B&E to Dunkin Donuts on Rt. 97 on May 27, 2018

UPDATE: The suspect involved in this incident has been apprehended. Thank you to everyone who shared our post! Do you recognize the suspect in this video? The Methuen Police Department was dispatched to Dunkin Donuts on Ayers Village Rd. just after midnight for an alarm activation. When the responding units checked the building, they discovered the drive through window was partially open with minor damage. An employee responded to the store and confirmed the damage was new. A review of the video surveillance system revealed a male subject was seen walking around the building and then forced the drive through window open. He climbed into the window and was only in the store for a brief moment before jumping back out the window. The suspect is a male subject, wearing dark colored pants, a light colored shirt and dark vest. If you have information on this crime or can identify the suspect in this video, please call the Methuen Police Department at 978-983-8698.

Posted by Methuen Police Department on Sunday, May 27, 2018

Police say they responded to a security alarm at a shop in Methuen on Sunday morning and saw video surveillance footage showing a man pushing the drive-thru window open and climbing into the store. He immediately turned and left out the window.

Officials arrested the man Sunday evening but not identified him.

In a Facebook post that included the security footage , police did not say if the man stole anything from the Dunkin' Donuts, or if he has any affiliation with the store.

Associated Press 2018