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Police on the hunt for man who urinated all over a Pennsylvania Starbucks

Police hunt for man who urinated on cups and coffee filters and in employee sink at Starbucks concession at a Pennsylvania Target

  • Police in Pennsylvania are on the hunt for a man who is said to have urinated all over merchandise in a Manheim Township Target coffee shop over the weekend 
  • The man, who has not yet been identified, is said to have walked into a Starbucks concession in the superstore and urinated on cups, coffee filters and in a sink
  • Police say the incident happened at 9:45pm on Saturday and the suspect, dressed in a red t-shirt and shorts with a dark wet stain, fled the scene 
  • His image was captured on surveillance camera, with authorities sharing the it and asking the public to ‘note the wet spot observable on the male’s shorts’ 
  • Any person knowing the identity of the depicted male has been asked to contact the Manheim Township Police at 717-569-6401 

Police in Pennsylvania are on the hunt for a man who is said to have urinated all over merchandise in a Manheim Township Target coffee shop over the weekend.

The man, who has not yet been identified, is said to have walked into a Starbucks concession in the superstore, walked behind the employee counter and urinated over a number of coffee cups, coffee filters, and in the sink.

Police say the incident happened at 9.45pm on Saturday and the suspect, dressed in a red t-shirt, with long brown hair, a beard, and a dark stain in the crotch of his beige shorts, fled the scene shortly afterwards.

His image was captured on surveillance camera, with authorities sharing it and asking the public to ‘note the wet spot observable on the male’s shorts.’

The man, who has not yet been identified, is said to have walked into a Starbucks concession in the superstore, walked behind the employee counter and urinated over a number of coffee cups, coffee filters, and in the sink

As of Tuesday evening, the bandit remains at large with no positive identification yet made by investigators – despite several tips.

Any person knowing the identity of the depicted male has been asked to contact the Manheim Township Police at 717-569-6401 or submit a tip via the police department’s Crime Watch webpage.

The bizarre and stomach-churning stunt follows just weeks after a Pennsylvania woman, later identified to be Grace Brown, was seen urinating in potato bins at a West Mifflin Walmart on July 24.

A loss prevention officer contacted local police after an employee noticed urine on the floor close to the food items.

His image was captured on surveillance camera, with authorities sharing it and asking the public to ‘note the wet spot observable on the male’s shorts.’ (pictured: Manheim Township's Target store where the incident occurred Saturday)

His image was captured on surveillance camera, with authorities sharing it and asking the public to ‘note the wet spot observable on the male’s shorts.’ (pictured: Manheim Township’s Target store where the incident occurred Saturday)

‘The safety of our customers is a top priority for us. This type of obscene conduct is outrageous and we immediately disposed of the affected products and sanitized the area to ensure its cleanliness and safety for our customers,’ a Walmart spokesperson said in response.

Days later, a branch of the store in Texas called authorities after a video surfaced online of a teenager urinating on a Walmart shelf.

A woman in Florida was also arrested in similarly alarming circumstances when she was accused of allegedly tampering with food items and machinery owned by a St. Petersburg ice cream shop.

Jung Soon Wypcha, 66, was accused of spitting in tubs of food and urinating in a bucket used to churn products.

Wypcha was charged with criminal mischief and tampering, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.

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