A man drove his car into a 7-Eleven on Thanksgiving morning and now faces an attempted murder charge, police said.
Around 7 a.m. on Nov. 24, police in Arcadia, California, responded to the store for a customer causing a disturbance. Before police arrived, officers learned the customer left, got into his vehicle and drove into the front doors.
Investigators said the suspected caused a disturbance by throwing store merchandise at employees, according to police.
There was no word on what he was angry over.
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The suspect then got into the car and drove into the front doors where employees and customers were standing, police said. The vehicle hit the doors and came to rest inside the store.
The driver tried to flee but was detained by employees until police arrived.
Officers arrest the suspect but have not released his name. He was charged with attempted murder and is being held in jail on $2 million bond.
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