McDonald’s Employees Helped Police Catch Up To The Facebook Killer By Holding His Order Of Fries

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Following the suicide of the Facebook killer, new details are being revealed about how he came to be confronted by police in Pennsylvania.

In case you haven’t been following the news, authorities launched a manhunt looking for Steve Stephens after he filmed himself shooting a man on Sunday, which he then posted to the social media site. On Tuesday, he committed suicide after a brief pursuit with authorities.

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And it turns out the McDonald’s staff at an Erie, Pennsylvania chain helped cops catch up with the alleged murderer.

Employees at the drive-through recognized Steve when he pulled up to order 20-piece McNuggets and a large fry, which is when they decided to stall him so they could buy time for the state police.

The restaurant’s manager Henry Sayers revealed workers tried to hold off on giving him his fries after calling the cops:

“But he just took his nuggets and said, ├óΓé¼╦£I have to go,’ and he drove off.”

Guess he figured out their plan.

We’ll continue to update you with any more details.

[Image via Facebook.]

Apr 18, 2017 6:08pm PDT

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