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Woman attacked at Taco Bell drive thru in Metro East

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The bill given to Lisa Schumacher following the incident at a Cahokia Taco Bell (Credit: Lisa Schumacher) The bill given to Lisa Schumacher following the incident at a Cahokia Taco Bell (Credit: Lisa Schumacher)
CAHOKIA (KMOV.com) -

An attack in a Taco Bell drive thru has police in the Metro East investigating.               

The victim said a group of teens surrounded and damaged her car as she was pulling into the restaurant in Cahokia.

“I came to get a burrito and that burrito cost me $2,400 due to the damage to my car because of the kicking and everything,” said Lisa Schumacher. “There were people witnessing it, nobody called the police, I didn't have my cell phone so when I got home I called the police."

Cahokia Police told News 4 a group of 15 juveniles between 12 and 15-years-old randomly attacked Schumacher’s car.

“They started pounding on my trunk, kicking my car. Spitting, cursing, pulling at the door handles, reaching in before I got the windows rolled up,” said Schumacher.

She didn’t get hurt in the attack.

Taco Bell's surveillance cameras weren’t pointed in the direction of the attack, according to police chief in Cahokia, so investigators are turning to area businesses for possible surveillance video.

The chief also said they’ve taken calls about a group of teens in the area a few times recently.  

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