4 Women Wanted for Assaulting Applebee’s Waitress in Georgia, Police Say

July 13, 2018 Updated: July 13, 2018

Police in Georgia said that they’re searching for four women who allegedly assaulted an Applebee’s waitress in McDonough.

“During the assault, the victim was stabbed once by one suspect and punched several times by all four suspects,” the McDonough Police Department said in a statement on Thursday.

The suspects then fled in a white Infiniti SUV after robbing the victim of her tab and tip money, the department said.

“One suspect grabs a knife and cuts her in the arm and the other suspect punches her,” McDonough Police Detective T.F. Spangenberg told Fox5, explaining the incident. The incident was captured on a surveillance camera on Tuesday night.

Police said that when the 21-year-old waitress accidentally bumped a woman, chaos broke out.

The server needed 15 stitches to cover her arm wound, the Fox affiliate reported.

The women casually walked out of the restaurant when someone yelled, “Police are coming.”

They stole hundreds of dollars in cash from the waitress, said Spangenberg.

“She said she had $200 to $300 in there from tips and tabs she collected in cash,” he said.

The office said that anyone with information should contact Detective Spangenberg at the department.

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