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Tobacco Road pizza store robbed at gunpoint

Thursday, April 25, 2013 10:04 PM
Last updated Friday, April 26, 2013 12:43 AM
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Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the Thursday armed robbery of a Tobacco Road pizza store.

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Witnesses said a man wearing a black shirt on his head entered the Little Caesar’s Pizza at 2492 Tobacco Road about 12:20 p.m. Thursday armed with a small handgun, according to an incident report.

The man demanded employees open the safe, which they did, and he fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

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InChristLove 04/26/13 - 05:04 am
Kind of stupid to rob a food

Kind of stupid to rob a food place right at noontime when the place most likely would be busy......then again robbing and stupid go together.

nocnoc 04/26/13 - 05:40 am
InChristLove I thought so

InChristLove I thought so to.

But when a person is willing to go to jail for 5+ years over a few Hundred dollars, that person is really stupid, really desperate or likely both.

But with a description of:
A Man wearing a shirt over his head
we should be able to spot him quickly.

Adam Bomb
Adam Bomb 04/26/13 - 05:51 am
Inside Job?

Must have been one of the employee's relatives. Otherwise they'd give a better description.

seenitB4 04/26/13 - 08:09 am
Ho hum

We read this every week don't we....Tobacco Rd might need some stakeouts.......seems to be a favorite place for punks.

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