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Armed Suspect Robs Olney Pizza Store

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police are searching for a gunman who robbed a pizza store in North Philadelphia late Sunday evening.

The robbery happened just before midnight at a Papa John’s located in the 6000 block of N. Broad Street.

According to police, the gunman walked into the store and robbed a cashier of an unknown amount of cash before fleeing.

No one was hurt during the robbery. The search continues for the gunman.

Reported By: Al Novack, KYW Newsradio

Comments

One Comment

  1. JustMe says:

    @ Big Al: It’s ok. We all make mistakes; OR have ‘Senior Moments’; OR both. Your call on that one.

    @ Anne Frankenstein: I’m so glad you can make light of a crime. I guess your jokes would be more intense if someone had been hurt of killed. Idiot!!

    And lastly, I’m glad no one was harmed. I hope they catch this person as soon as possible before someone DOES get hurt or killed.

  2. Big Al says:

    Correction: The pizza joint is NOT two blocks from the Inquirer building. I misread 6000 for 600.

    My apologies.

  3. Anne Frankenstein says:

    I guess Papa John was not in the house at the moment of the robbery?

  4. Big Al says:

    Description of the armed robber who held up a store exactly two blocks away frm the Inquirer building?

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