A McDonald’s worker who had her car stolen reportedly spotted the vehicle later that day in the drive-thru of the restaurant where she worked.
Virginia Maiden of Kennewick, Washington, had left her car outside of her apartment complex when it went missing, according to local news station KEPR.
She reported the vehicle stolen and went to her shift as a drive-thru worker at McDonald’s.
During Maiden’s shift, her 1995 Toyota 4 Runner pulled up to the drive-thru window, according to KEPR.
Maiden immediately called the police, who arrested the 22-year-old female driver, the AP reported.
Large amounts of clothing, believed to be stolen from Sears and JCPenney, were also found in the car.
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