Video of drive-thru kidnapping attempt of barista; suspect arrested – USA TODAY

Video footage captured the moment a man attempted to grab a barista at a drive-thru in Washington state in what authorities say was an attempted kidnapping. 
The Auburn Police Department posted on Twitter the security footage of the attempted abduction that occurred early Monday morning, asking the public to help identify the suspect.
In the footage, the barista is seen attempting to hand the man in the pickup truck something when he reaches out for the barista’s arm. Police said the man attempted to drag the victim through the window “using a looped ziptie device.”
The barista was able to fight the man off, police said, before he drove off.
Police said in an update Tuesday morning they made an arrest in the case “after overwhelming support from the community.”
“The suspect was arrested at his home in Auburn, and we were able to do a quick search of his pickup and found evidence tying him to the scene,” Auburn Police Department public information officer Kolby Crossley told USA TODAY.
Crossley said the suspect’s identity has not been publicly revealed yet, but the department plans to release more information on the incident in the coming days. 
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