Woman Dubbed 'Hamburglar' Turns Herself In for Alleged McDonald's Theft

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The suspect who has been dubbed the "Hamburglar" after cops say she robbed a Maryland McDonald's by crawling in through the drive-thru window has turned herself in to police. 

Video of the woman, who filled up a soft drink and stole cash on Nov. 5 after climbing into the restaurant, went viral this week.

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Howard County police have now identified the suspect as Springfield resident Jessica Marie Cross.

Police allege Cross stole money, a purse, food and Happy Meal toys during the half hour she remained in the McDonald’s.

She then attempted to wipe her fingerprints from the area and disable the surveillance system, cops told WUSA.

Cross was identified as the suspect by police after they posted the video and received multiple tips identifying her. 

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The 27-year-old turned herself in to the police Thursday morning.

She's been charged with burglary and theft.