Dunkin’ customer in Woburn accused of assaulting employee, throwing iced coffee cup at her over confusion about order

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a Dunkin’ customer who allegedly threw an iced coffee cup at a Dunkin’ employee in Woburn, Massachusetts over the weekend because she was confused about her order, according to authorities.

Officers were sent to the Dunkin’ at 305 Mishawum Road about 1:30 p.m. Sunday for a warning of an attack. According to Woburn Chief of Police Robert F. Rufo Jr., the customer became angry due to misunderstanding about her order and reportedly threw the cup of iced coffee at the employee, striking her. She was unharmed.

The customer has tattoos on the lower portions of each of her legs that tend to be flowers, according to the Woburn Police Department.

In a statement, Rufo said, “We are releasing these new images in the hopes that someone in the community can step forwards and help us identify this person.” “As is customary, the identity of anyone who provides details will be kept private.”

Dt. Gregory Post of Woburn police has asked anyone with details about the suspected attack to contact him at (781) 933-1212, ext. 4855.

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