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Pasco police seek the 'anti-tipper'

PASCO – She ordered a 6-inch sandwich at Subway in Pasco on April 9 and stole the employee tips as "thanks."

She took $30 from the tip jar on the counter but left $1 at the Subway on West Court Street at 9:20 p.m., according to Pasco police.

The employee saw her take it and went to get the manager, but when they returned she was gone along with her stolen sandwich.

"This meant that the store lost a sandwich and gained an unhappy sandwich artist who lost his tips, stated Pasco police.

The Pasco police dubbed her the "anti-tipper."

She is described as a white female with blond hair, wearing a Mariners ball cap and gray hoody with a blue shirt and light blue jeans. Her COVID mask is white with possibly silver sequins.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect is asked to call 509-628-0333 or email Officer J. Buckley at [email protected] about case 21-09801 Theft.


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