A McDonald's restaurant customer in Euclid, Ohio, ordered two hamburgers but instead received a bag of money and drove away, police said. The customer gave the order at a drive-in window and was given a McDonald's paper bag that an employee believed contained hamburgers. But it actually was filled with an undisclosed, but reportedly sizable, amount of money, officials said. McDonald's officials often place their day's receipts inside a paper bag to foil would-be thieves, police said. It was unclear whether the person holding the money is committing a crime. A Cuyahoga County prosecutor, told of the incident, said a theft charge would be possible but would make for an interesting case. "There isn't any official police investigation because there isn't a criminal activity," Sgt. Kenneth Caselonis of the Euclid Police Department said.