The Holly Police Department in Michigan has recently released a video that shows a man inside a Dollar Tree store walking over to an employee and wiping his nose on their shirt after he was told to wear a mask.
According to investigators, the employee asked the customer to wear a face mask, and there are numerous signs posted in the story and the store’s entry door that instruct customers to follow the policy. Reportedly, the man told the employee that “he will use that as a mask” before wiping his nose on the employee’s right sleeve. According to witnesses, the man was very loud and disruptive before he left the store.
Police now looks for any information on the suspect, and he’s facing an assault charge.
There have been more than 7,500 reported COVID-19 cases in Holly, located in Oakland County. You can watch the video of the incident for yourself
** UPDATE ** An arrest has been made in this case. Additional details will be released after an arraignment has concluded. Thank you to all who shared this post, a viewer tip assisted investigators in determining the identity of the suspect. Assault Suspect – Identity RequestThe Holly Police Department is asking the public's help in identifying the subject in the attached video and picture. The man entered the Dollar Tree store on N. Saginaw St. on Saturday, May 2nd at about 1:30 pm. The clerk advised the man that all in-store customers must wear a mask to enter the store as stated on the signs posted on the entry doors. The man walked over to the clerk and wiped his nose and face on her shirt telling her "Here, I will use this as a mask" the man continued to be loud and disruptive inside the store before leaving in a white possibly Ford window van similar to the one pictured.Anyone knowing the identity of the man or who has information regarding this incident is asked to call the Holly Police Department at (248) 634-8221. Please do NOT share identity or other information to this post. Please reference case incident number 20-2977.Thank you for your help!
Posted by Holly Police Department on Monday, May 4, 2020