Md. woman dubbed the 'Hamburgler' arrested after McDonald's break


Police in Howard County, Maryland, are searching for a woman who was caught on camera climbing through a McDonald's drive-thru window and stealing food and money.

A 27-year-old woman dubbed "Hamburgler" has been arrested in connection with a break-in at a Columbia McDonald's, Howard County police said. She was charged with burglary and theft.

Earlier this week, Howard County police posted surveillance video from the McDonald's at 8305 Benson Columbia showing a woman climbing through the drive-thru window around 1 a.m. November 5 after the restaurant was closed.

Police say Cross allegedly stole $1,400 in cash, a purse, food items and Happy Meal toys from the restaurant. Cross appears to try to place an order from her vehicle, but the business was closed.

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She can then be seen climbing right into the Columbia fast food outlet, where she spends more than 20 minutes taking her pick of goods from the kitchen and the till.

Surveillance video shows a white Hyundai Sonata pulling into the McDonald's drive-thru. Police say she is seen on video attempting to disable the surveillance system and wash the cash drawers to remove her fingerprints.

After posting the video clip on Tuesday, police said they received multiple tips that identified Cross as a possible suspect. Cross turned herself in to the police on Thursday morning.

A reward of up to $500 is being offered for information in this case.