Ronald McDonald clown-napped in New Jersey

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Police in New Jersey are asking for the public’s help to find a missing person, of sorts.


A beloved, life-size Ronald McDonald statue has been taken from the Koury Family McDonald’s Restaurant located on Center Street in Clinton Township, Hunterdon County.

The Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office said Ronald and the bench on which he sat in front of the restaurant disappeared sometime between 11 p.m. April 26 and 10 a.m. April 27.


There have been no ransom demands, but there is a $500 reward for its safe return.

Ronald is described as having red hair, black eyes, extremely red lips, a very pale complexion, and weighs about 250 pounds. (Time to lay off the Big Macs, Ronnie.) He was last seen wearing a clown outfit, with a yellow suit and red and white striped sleeves.

“When I arrived at the Clinton McDonald’s on Thursday morning at 10 a.m., I noticed that Ronald and the bench was missing,” Philip Koury, co-owner of the restaurants, told the Hunterdon Review. He immediately notified police, he said.

“I can’t believe that someone would take Ronald. He was like a member of the Clinton McDonald’s family,” Koury said. Ronaldd has been with the family since about 1993 and is irreplaceable.

Police have no suspects at this time. (Guys? Come on. The Hamburglar?)





Anyone with information is asked to contact the Clinton Township Police Department at 908-735-7270, the Koury Family’s Flemington location at 908-782-4550 or the Major Crimes Unit of the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office at 908-788-1129.




















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