Dover Police Beat: armed robber went for the pizza dough; police note undocumented shoppers of the week

Crime Report

DOVER, DEL. — The Dover Police Department is working to identify two suspects involved in an armed robbery of Romano’s Pizza on Oct. 6, 2014.

Police say that at approximately 10:30PM, two suspects entered the restaurant with masks covering their faces after forcing their way through the rear door as the business was closing. The suspects displayed black handguns and demanded money from the register.

The suspects were given an undisclosed amount of cash and fled through the rear of the business into a field.  Efforts to locate the suspects, including a K9 track by Milford Police Department, were unsuccessful.  The suspects were described as being 20-30 years of age males, wearing all black, with black hooded sweatshirts over their head.

Location: Romano’s Pizza, 768 Walker Road, Dover, Del.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Dover Police Department at 302-736-7111 or call the Delaware Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-Tip-3333 or go online at www.tipsubmit.com.

 

Weekly Shoplifting Arrests 10/2/14-10/9/14

Dovers shoplifters for Oct. 10 2014

The Dover Police Department responded to a total of 18 shoplifting complaints between Noon on Thursday, October 2nd and Noon on Thursday, October 9th. Of the 18 shoplifting complaints, 8 resulted in arrests of the suspects involved or warrants obtained for their arrest.

Six cases were cleared as a result of declined prosecution by the merchant or it was determined no crime occurred. There were a total of 6 adult arrests/warrants obtained and 3 juvenile arrests/warrants obtained during this time period.

 

  • Police say that at approximately 10:30PM, two suspects entered the restaurant with masks covering their faces after forcing their way through the rear door as the business was closing. The suspects displayed black handguns and demanded money from the register.

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