Manhattan Dunkin' Donuts trashed by teens, who are sought by cops

Dunkin' Donuts riot WCBS

Dunkin' Donuts violence in Manhattan's West Village, May 16, 2011
(CBS/WCBS) NEW YORK CITY - Hey Dunkin' Donuts, what's in that coffee?

Police are looking for a band of teens caught on surveillance video trashing an NYC Dunkin' Donuts in the upscale West Village the night of May 16.

The video surveillance obtained by CBS station WCBS shows  the group entering the store, then immediately throwing chairs, tables, napkins and condiments. A few even managed to snag some doughnuts and drinks on the way out.

According to WNYW, there have been similar incidents targeting stores in the area in previous weeks.

Police have reportedly not made any arrests so far and do not know what set off the seemingly random act of marauding. No one was hurt in the attack.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).



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