WOODSTOCK, Ga. — Police are searching for two men they say bought Happy Meals from a Woodstock McDonald’s for the Pokemon toys inside, left the food on the restaurant floor, and then pulled a shotgun on employees who confronted them.
Woodstock police said the two men entered the store on Highway 92 around 10 p.m. Wednesday. The men bought 10 Happy Meals, took out the toys and then left the food all over the floor before leaving.
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Store employees approached thee men in the parking lot and one of the men pointed a shotgun at them. The men left in a black Honda or Kia sedan, police said.
The men are wanted on charges of pointing a pistol at another.
Police said the men are in their late teens or early 20s and “both males are Pokemon fans.” One of the suspects was wearing a sleeveless shirt and using a fanny pack or satchel slung over his shoulder.
Anyone with information on the identity of these individuals is encouraged to contact Detective LeCour or call the WPD Tip Line at 770-592-6021. Callers can remain anonymous.
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