Sandwich Thief Breaks Into DC Subway Shop, Makes Snack - NBC 7 San Diego

Sandwich Thief Breaks Into DC Subway Shop, Makes Snack

The sandwich-making process is edited out of the video, but police said it was a chicken sandwich worth $8.49

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    An apparently hungry thief broke into a Subway shop in D.C. overnight, jumped over the counter and made himself a sandwich.

    Surveillance footage shared by D.C. police on Tuesday shows a young man in shorts and a collared shirt stride into the Subway location in the 1700 block of G Street NW, near George Washington University.

    He grabs a bag of chips, hops over the counter and falls. Then, he searches around the kitchen, locates a loaf of bread and begins to make a sandwich. The sandwich-making process is edited out of the video, but police said it was a chicken sandwich worth $8.49.

    The man appears to have trouble finding the door, kicks it and walks out.

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    He's wanted for burglary for the Aug. 2 crime, which occurred about 1:50 a.m.

    Anyone with information is asked to call police. A reward of as much as $1,000 is available.