Richmond police search for suspect in violent McDonald’s drive-by mugging – CBS San Francisco

RICHMOND (CBS SF) — Investigators have released photos of a woman they believe brutally assaulted a mother who was attacked while waiting in line with her children at a Richmond McDonald’s drive-thru.

Richmond Police detectives are hoping the photos will help them identify and take the suspect into custody.

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Investigators say the incident happened on February 5 at around 12:16 p.m. in the McDonald’s drive-thru at 2301 MacDonald Avenue.

The victim entered the drive-thru with his children in the car. The suspect then accused the victim of cutting the line and rammed his car into the victim’s vehicle.

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When the victim got out of her car, the suspect drove directly towards her, punching her and dragging her through the parking lot more than 150 feet before coming to a stop.

The suspect then got out of the car and punched the victim several times as she remained on the ground before quickly fleeing. No information has been released about the victim’s injuries or condition.

“Investigators believe this incident was an unprovoked attack on the victim and her children,” Richmond police said in a Facebook post.

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If you recognize the suspect, please contact Detective O. Guzman at [email protected] or 510-672-2493.

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