Can you help? Glendale police seek three females accused of punching Burger King employee

GLENDALE -- Glendale police are looking to identify three females who were involved in a fight at the Burger King restaurant near North Port Washington Road and Henry Clay Street.

The fight happened during the early afternoon on February 27th.

Police say the suspects punched a Burger King employee several times due to a dispute over the use of a coupon.

Police say it began when a 50-year-old woman tried to use two coupons at once, and a 16-year-old Burger King employee and a Burger King manager told the woman she wasn't allowed to do that.

The 50-year-old woman then made a statement indicating she was going to have her daughters come to the restaurant to beat the employees.

Police say the 50-year-old woman's three daughters showed up at the restaurant and began causing problems.

The main actor in this case apparently grabbed a box of sugar and threw it at two employees.

At the end of this incident, one of the woman nearly forgot her car keys on the counter at the restaurant before the three woman left.


Anyone with information that could help police in this case is asked to call North Shore Crime Stoppers at (414) 962-4258. A cash reward of up to $1,000 is available for tips leading to an arrest.